People have said that coming to our little piece of Heaven in the Alberta Rockies is like stepping back into time, into the old west. If you like horses and have experience riding them , then this is a place you'll want to see.
Learn about western culture, and the relationships formed between cowboys/cowgirls and their horses; the relationship formed between humans and nature/wildlife. How we learn to co-exist in the Alberta back country.
Experience miles and miles of wilderness that we ride through, learn the habits, and habitats of the wild animals who live here, (Grizzly Bear, Cougar, Elk, Deer, Martin, Rabbit , and many more . Outfitters have been guiding people through this area for over a hundred years. Meet some of the men and woman who have taken pack trips through these mountain, helping people to learn and understand the beautiful creation of nature.
Our camp offers cabins and a dining lodge for people to come step back in time and stay for awhile. We would like someone to come help us share this experience with others. There would be cabins to clean after guest have left, and horses to care for and ride.
We are a family run place, and have "inherited" many new family members along the way. What a great place to meet new people and form lasting friendships.
Help in the house
Helping with Tourists
There is a great opportunity here to experience the western cowboy culture, and the history of the Alberta west. Meet trappers, outfitters, and cowboys who can share their experiences with you, and help you experience the western way of life.
We are looking for someone who has had experience with horses and is comfortable around them, also who would clean cabins and dining lodge after guests leave, some minimal cooking , and some light work around the buildings and yard.
We have a trailer on the property next to the house for someone to stay in, that way they are close to the house, but have their own privacy. There is a shower house, and sauna available also
as mentioned before , there are many interesting, and beautiful places nearby to visit and see, along with a great history of Alberta, from the Ya Ha Tinda ranch, to the bighorn falls, to the red deer and panther rivers, white water rafting, a great meuseum "world of wildlife" in the nearby town. Lots of time to yourself to enjoy the surroundings. Take a tour of the Ya-Ha Tinda, see the ruins of Indian Tee-Pee circles. Learn of the native culture who lived and hunted in this area for hundreds of years
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
maximum 3-5 hours a day 4-5 days a week