South Chilcotin Safari
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The amazing variety of wildlife was the deciding factor for me to visit British Columbia, alongside the incredible views of snow tipped mountains that I wake to every morning. Although there is much biodiversity where i live in Southern England, … Read More

How I discover and I developed my leadership skills
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To be honest, if you were asking me what is leadership development one month ago I’m sure I was not able to answer you. I evolved in a really hierachic environnement in the french’s kitchens. In this type of businness, … Read More

Chilcotin Holidays Adventurer
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Hello, my name is John, I am 23 years old and live on a dairy farm in Parksville on Vancouver Island. My family and I have always loved the outdoors, mainly I think from living on a farm and not … Read More

My technology sabbatical
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What did people do before the internet? Its a question i have asked my mum a few times since I unlocked my first smart phone. Her answer normally being something incoherent about going to the pub with the friends. Even … Read More

First time as an assistant trail guide
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The day after I arrived at Chilcotin holidays, after taking the two week guide school program, I had the opportunity to be an assistant trail guide. Having three amazing guests, who were all eager to help out and get involved, … Read More

The integration and opportunities in the Chilcotin Holidays
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Why I came to Chilcotin ranch, and why people who want to grow-up should come. Also, the description of how I felt my integration and adaptation in the Ranch. Finally a part of the opportunities offered by the Ranch’s Adventure. … Read More

From a trainee to a mentor
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I arrived at Chilcotin Holidays in the middle of May and start my training at the Ranch. Here the trainee process is very adapted to the location, during the first weeks at the Ranch we are trained to every part … Read More

First 7 days pack trip as an assistant guide, in Spruce Lake
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After spending 2 months at the ranch learning all the procedures from the kitchen to the office and using my personal time to practice the useful skills to become a guide, like the bowline or packing, my time was finally … Read More

Being a woman at the Ranch
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Being a woman anywhere in the world is not always easy. Traveling on my own for the last year I experienced it a lot, people looking around to see who is the guy who should be on my side or … Read More

Challenging 4 days in the bush!
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Going out for a night is easy, all you need is your money and being dressed up for the occasion to fit with the society model. Some people even try to take as little as possible to make sure they … Read More

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