Ghost Town Photography trip

Are you looking for a ghost town photography experience that allows you to disconnect from city life and reconnect to nature?

  • Explore a photographer’s paradise, with endless wilderness and striking scenery
  • Develop your skills and bring your photography to the next level, capturing abandoned towns and crumbling architecture
  • Step outside your routine with new challenges and photography experiences
  • Recharge and refocus in nature, away from daily distractions
  • Reconnect with nature and yourself in a powerful way
  • Participate in and learn about meaningful conservation projects
  • Join us for a 2 – 4 day ranch based ghost town photography trip

Your ghost town photography experience 

Our ghost town photography trip immerses you in the lifestyle of the Gold Bridge mining community in the 19th-20th century. Explore a historic mining town, now abandoned, learning about how the miners lived, capturing this on your ghost town photography trip. Visit historic mine shafts and imagine how the miners worked in these tunnels in the search for gold. British Columbia has a rich gold mining history and Gold Bridge was one of the most successful gold and silver mines in Canada.

Looking for a different kind of BC photography trip? Our wildlife and wildflower photography trip is camp based, getting you closer to nature for unparalleled photography opportunities. Our Western frontier photography trip allows you to capture the Western ranching lifestyle, with horses and guides sharing the traditional lifestyle.

3 Steps to your unforgettable adventure

Is our ghost town photography trip the experience you’re looking for to develop your photography skills and explore BC’s gold mining heritage? If it is, fill in our Wilderness Readiness Survey to start the adventure:

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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5 Benefits of Nature that You Need now!

1. Reduces stress
2. Improves memory
3. Fights mental fatigue
4. Boosts creativity
5. Builds relationships
5 Benefits of Nature