Tod Mountain RanchRiding to the lodge at Tod Mountain Ranch


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      Features
      • All-inclusive packages
      • Personal horse allocated for duration of stay
      • Hands on experience with horses - nothing is off limits
      • Luxury cabin accommodation
      • Wholesome, home cooked meals using locally sourced, fresh, seasonal ingredients
      • Wireless Internet access
      • Free Transfers from Kamloops Airport and bus station
      • No additional charges for solo travellers

Tod Mountain Ranch, British Columbia, Canada

Description

Hidden in the Louis Creek Valley, a short drive from Kamloops, this Guest Ranch offers a relaxing, tranquil environment to enjoy a unique, all inclusive horseback riding vacation. An easy 4 hours drive from Vancouver, this is the perfect mid-way stop on your Western Canada road trip between Vancouver and Banff or Jasper.

Delightful private cabin accommodation, wholesome home cooked meals, and a unique hands-on horseback riding experience all combine to provide you with a memorable ranch experience.

Horseback riding is the main focus here and their unique hands-on horseback riding experience is perfect for those who seek the opportunity to get involved with all aspects of the care and ownership of your horse – you do more than just ride. Regardless of whether this is your first horseback riding experience, or you are a seasoned rider, you will be matched with the perfect horse and he will be yours for the duration of your stay. Riding on old logging roads and stock trails, this is a wonderful way to enjoy nature and the outdoors.

The guest lodge is at the heart of the activity at Tod Mountain Ranch with breathtaking views down Louis Creek Valley, viewed through the stunning wall of windows. This is the place where guests gather for meals, activities and socializing when they’re not out on the trail. With a wrap around covered porch and a large open terrace, there is plenty of room both inside and out to relax and enjoy the company of new-found friends.

Dining at the ranch is a special experience. Combining the healthy with the hearty, delicious home cooked meals are prepared using locally sourced, fresh seasonal ingredients. Meals are served family style with guests and staff eating together, so you quickly get to know everyone and become a member of the ranch family.

The cabins are nestled in small clearings among the trees and each one is furnished with custom-designed and locally made hand constructed log furniture. Pillow top mattresses, feather duvets and pillows, high thread count linens, oversized fluffy towels and bathrobes are just some of the comforts you will find in your cabin. Modern amenities and facilities combined with the rustic style furniture and decor provides guests with an experience that is luxuriously rustic.

Whether you’re travelling alone, with a partner or a group of friends, Tod Mountain Ranch ranch offers an exceptional experience with horses, complemented with stunning views, great food, like-minded company and a peaceful, calm environment to relax and unwind.

Open 1st May until mid-October

Located a short drive north of Kamloops, minutes from Sun Peaks Resort and only 4 hours drive from Vancouver, this is the perfect mid-way stop on your Western Canada road trip between Vancouver and Banff or Jasper

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