Canadian Wildlife
Tracking and Conservation horse pack trip

Are you looking for an environmentally sustainable Canadian wildlife tracking horse pack trip that allows you to make your contribution to nature?

Our guided Canadian wildlife tracking horse pack trip in British Columbia will take you through the rugged wilderness of the Chilcotin Ark to learn more about the nature around you and within you. Our Canadian wildlife tracking trip provides you with hands-on experience in wildlife identification, behaviour and habitats and conservation projects. This allows you to make your contribution to conservation, grow and gain a new perspective on life that can’t always be found in busy city streets.

Some of the animals you might find include grizzly and black bears, mountain goats, moose, California Bighorn sheep, mule deer, wolves, eagles and marmots. Some of the opportunities you and your family will experience on a wildlife tracking trip with us are:

  • Learn about conservation and stewardship to help preserve wildlife
  • Learn how to track and spot signs of wildlife activity such as goat, deer and bear
  • Learn about the behaviours and habitats of canadian wildlife
  • ride horseback along the same trails early pioneers once used
  • Explore the power of a true connection with nature and how you can conserve it
  • Develop new skills that empower you to grow and evolve such as horse care

Your Canadian wildlife tracking experience itinerary

On our Canadian wildlife tracking horse pack trip, arrive at the ranch and enjoy lunch in our historic lodge. Then meet your horse, learn how to saddle, take a short ride to prepare for tomorrow and review the Canadian wildlife tracking horse pack trip itinerary with your guides.

Early next morning bring in your horses, saddle your riding horse, learn to pack the pack horses then ride out to camp. Scout for all species of wildlife at prime spots along the way. Unsaddle and stake your horses in the wildflower meadows, cook dinner over the campfire and enjoy the night in your wall tent, allowing you to stay close to nature throughout the trip.

The next morning ride out at sunrise to check for tracks and scout for wildlife in their prime locations. Learn about where to find each species and their behaviours. Learn about the interactions between species such as predator and prey relationships. Return to camp for breakfast, or make a fire and cook on the trail. Enjoy a day ride to the mountain tops and learn more about the flora and fauna.

Record every animal you see in our wildlife sightings form to contribute to habitat and population management. Remove invasive plant species and collect data along the way such as grizzly hair from rub trees for DNA analysis. Return to camp for dinner, then ride out at sunset for one last wildlife viewing opportunity.

On our seven day trip, you will have two more days scouting for wildlife, returning to spots where you saw wildlife the day before, or trying somewhere new.

The next day, pack up camp and ride back to the ranch, looking for wildlife and tracks along the way.

On your final morning, learn how to do bareback riding, archery and biathlon target shooting before lunch with a final review of the week’s adventure.

3 Steps to your unforgettable adventure

If our Canadian wildlife tracking horse pack trip is right for you, take our Wilderness Readiness Survey to start the booking process:

Talk with one of our mentor guides

You'll discuss the details & goals of your adventure

enjoy your wilderness adventure with us!

Leave the chaos of city life behind as you reconnect with nature and yourself

We offset guests' flight carbon production by investing in sustainable community forest management

5% of each trip supports conservation efforts in the Chilcotin Ark

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