This ranch is proudly owned by a First Nation community, nestled between the majestic Marble Mountains and the mighty Fraser River. Enjoy the pristine grasslands of British Columbia. And get to know a simple cowboy lifestyle, staying in these beautiful log cabins.
- Stay on First Nation community land and learn about their history
- Feel at home in large rustic wooden cabins
- Trail riding lessons and cultural hiking tours
- Kayak or fish on the lake and spot beavers
The original inhabitants of this land welcome you to life on the ranch and they can teach you about their history. Just imagine vast grasslands with streams, snow-capped mountains, and thick pine forests. The log cabins are without television or internet, but there is so much to do here we are sure you won’t miss them.
There are many great activities to experience here like taking horseriding lessons. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced rider, the ranch has horses and trails for every level. Or ask for a hiking map and explore the network of wooded trails. The ranch has its own lake, where you can enjoy a canoe trip on the water or relax while fishing. You may even spot the beavers working on their dam.