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Flying U Guest Ranch: Working Ranch

This Guest Ranch offered a lot if you enjoy the outdoors. It is located near Green Lake in British Columbia. The accommodations are very rustic and have a lot of character. The cabin in which we stayed was built circa 1880 and had one light bulb and a wood stove. Home cooked meals three times a day are included. The staff was friendly but they expect you to know how to ride a horse before you arrive and they are not too keen on teaching. Make sure you meet Grissom, the ranch dog that may find his way to your front porch for a snooze.

Unescorted horse rides, canoes, kayaks, hiking, Native American ruins, swimming in Green Lake and the bonus of feeling like you are in the middle of nowhere!

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Archeology, Horse Riding, Hiking and Walking
  • Written August 8, 2006
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The Hiils Health Ranch

The Hills features a world-class health spa; a real western Canadian guest ranch; a full-featured winter snow park; and a great hiking resort.

Great self-contained cabins with 3-4 bedrooms, ideal for groups, and they also have single rooms in a hotel-like building.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Spa and Resort, Adventure Travel
  • Written April 16, 2003

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