When Friday rolls around, more people than ever are choosing to spend their weekend in the forests, mountains, and lakes near their home. But what exactly is the backcountry? Where is it? And can anybody go there?
Our business is just as much about environmental, cultural and historical stewardship as it is about showing our guests a good time on horseback. In this blog post we answer five of the most popular questions we get asked about how CCO uses the land we operate on.
We built our very own backcountry camping ranch in the mountains near Pemberton, BC. Guests stay for 2 nights and 3 days exploring the coast mountains on horseback, winding from the lush valley bottom to a historic sub-alpine goldmine via singletrack horse and hiking trails and river-crossings.
Spending 3 days riding through the backcountry and camping under the stars is a landmark adventure. No experience or special equipment needed, but here’s a few creature comforts to pack for this amazing experience.
Even if you've never sat on a horse, you're in safe hands with our experienced cowboys and cowgirls on one of our overnight horseback riding trips. Here’s what a typical trip to Tenquille Lake looks like with our experienced guides.
Whether your a beginner looking for a solo horseback riding vacation or a group looking to book a unique and fun getaway near Whistler, BC. Here are a few helpful tips to help you plan the best beginner horseback riding vacation ever!