Expedition Summary

SkillLevels

Level 1 — Beginner to Intermediate. For those with some camping experience.

Level 2 — Intermediate to Advanced. For those with camping and uneven terrain experience.

Level 3 — Advanced only. For those with wilderness camping as well as uneven and steep terrain experience.

Trip Conditions and Trail Character Our itineraries are flexible and may change before or during the trek due to variable alpine weather conditions and snowy mountain passes, and depending on the group’s abilities.The climate of the South Chilcotin Mountains is dry with only 10 inches of precipitation per year and almost bug-free. Days are generally warm days with cooler temperatures in the evenings. However, keep in mind that mountain weather is unpredictable and be prepared for all weather conditions.Permanent wilderness camps with individually-heated tent cabins (some with gravity-fed hot showers) are available.
Technical Difficulty

Steep but moderate terrain, requiring no special climbing techniques. Single tracks on open country.

You are expected to be able to walk up to eight hours in a day with just a day-pack as our pack horses carry your backpack.

Fitness Good physical condition.
Departure Dates Mid-May through October. See specific trips for exact dates.
Group Size 2 – 10
Included in pric Licensed guide
Camping and park fees
Pack horse(s) to carry equipment
Equipment and duffel bags
Satellite phone (carried by guide)
Daily prepared meals with fresh fruit and vegetables
Not included in price Flight
Personal kit
Personal travel insurance
Items of personal nature including but not limited to gear / rain gear, sleeping bag, drinks, flash light, hat, backpack
Return transportation between Vancouver, BC (Surrey) and the ranch (shuttle available at extra cost)