Summary: 2 Night Pack Trip to a lakeside camp, 2 full days in the saddle, 1 day optional riding
Total Time in the Saddle: Approx. 4-5 hours daily
Accommodations: Outfitter & standard tents
Meals: All meals Included
Group Size: Min. 2, Max 12 (*Recommended age 12+)
Cost: $747.79 + $97.21 HST
(Total $845 / person)
Day 1: Meet at the Ranch at 9:00am, grab a coffee before loading the horses on the trailer to head "across the lake". It's roughly a 50 minute drive to our Trail Head where we will load our gear onto the Pack Horses and head to camp. It's going to be a 4-5 hour ride into camp where we set up our tents and enjoy a wonderful evening canoeing, spending time with the horses and enjoying the bonfire.
Meals: Lunch, Dinner & Snacks (Sample Meal: Sandwiches for lunch, meat & potatoes for dinner)
Day 2: Today you can choose to have a relaxing day by the waters edge with a short riding loop, or we can hit the trails in the morning and ride up to 5 hours to check out some beautiful lakes or even the old Mica Mine. We will return to camp after our ride and enjoy another nice evening on the lake, and cooking over the open fire.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (Sample Meals: Bacon & egg breakfast, cold lunch & chili for dinner)
After a hearty breakfast, we will pack up camp, load the Pack Horses and hit the Trails before noon. It's roughly a 4 hour ride back to the Trail head where we will head back to the Ranch. You can expect to arrive back at approximately 5pm (this time can vary). It's now time to say farewell, or if you'd like you can add on a cabin or Ranch Life Package to your Pack Trip before heading out!
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch (Sample Meals: Breakfast Sandwiches and a picnic lunch)
It is very important to pack LIGHT!!
We will only be able to fit 1 small back pack with gear, 1 compact sleeping bag, 1 compact sleeping mat & a small pillow per person.
Cowboy Boots / Boots with a heel
Comfy "camp" shoes (optional)
Swim Suit / small towel
Change of clothes
Good Rain Gear (important!)
Lighter & knife (optional)
Head Light / Torch
Sunscreen / Bug Spray
Hat / Warm cloths / gloves
Sleeping Bag (compact)
Sleeping mat / pillow (compact)
Phones / Chargers (optional)
Benadryl / Advil etc.
Flask (optional)- no glass
*we are unable to pack hard shell bags, please use backpacks/ duffles or dry bags (recommended)
As long as you have your personal belongings & sleeping gear, everything else will be taken care of on your pack trip!
Canoe at camp
Life Jackets at Camp
First Aid Kit
Remember, once we hit the trails there is no turning back. It is important you have all of your belongings ready prior to arriving at the ranch.
There is very limited cell service on this trip.
We highly recommend packing your gear in a waterproof duffle / garbage bag.
Washroom facilities are generally the great outdoors or a "thunder box".
If you are staying additional night(s) at the cabin, please pack that gear separate to keep the pack trip gear to a minimal.
Please bring cell phones / electronics at your own risk, waterproof case / pouch recommended.