Horseback Tour – 4 Day / 3 Night
Discover some of the worlds most inspiring remote mountainous terrain via horseback as you wind your way past glacier dotted peaks that vault defiantly into the crystal blue sky and descend into meadows of wild alpine flowers bursting with vibrant colours. With 4 days to explore, you are certain to uncover some hidden treasures and become fully immersed in the backcountry horseman’s world.
While in the backcountry enjoy comfortable accommodations in our camps located throughout the South Chilcotin Mountains Park. Each day you’ll explore new terrain by horseback, allowing you to venture further afar. You will also have time to explore each area by foot, take a boat out for a row on Spruce Lake, fish in lakes brimming with trout and hang out by the campfire under a star-filled sky. This trip is truly about immersion and exploring the countryside.
Distance: 10 – 25 km daily
Riding Ability: Intermediate/ Advanced
Tour includes: 3 nights in our Backcountry Camps, all meals, expert guide/wrangler, camp host to prepare meals and camp, horse companion
Price: $1,470 per person (based on 4 people)
Customize Your Trip
Here are a few added service offerings that can make your trip extra special! Please contact us to learn more about these custom opportunities.
Full Gear Support
Enjoy your multi-day adventure without the burden of a heavy pack. Let our team of horses transport 20lbs of your personal gear to camp daily, so you can arrive at camp with more energy and coveted fresh personal items waiting (relevant to mountain bikers and hikers only.)
Tyax Wilderness Resort & Spa rests on the shores of Tyaughton Lake on the border of the South Chilcotin Mountains Provincial Park. The Resort is our summer home base where our activity desk greets guests, and where our float plane docks. For those looking for a bit of luxury and indulgence, a night(s) at the resort before or after your adventure might be just what’s in order. Choose from amenities including full spa services, deluxe rooms, fine dining, lakeside recreation and bar service.
Door to Door Flight Service
We are happy to pick you up with our DeHavilland Beaver float plane from a destination near you, and fly you directly into the heart of the Chilcotin Mountains where the magic awaits. Return flights from locations such as Vancouver International Airport, Whistler, Seattle, Tofino… and many more, are available. Please visit our flight page for details.
Premium Performance Apparel by 7mesh
We have partnered with 7mesh apparel to provide our guides and guests with some of the world’s most specifically and thoughtfully designed mountain bike apparel. As a premium performance brand located in the Sea-to-Sky corridor we couldn’t think of a better partner to help elevate our guests experience when it comes to apparel comfort and performance. As a valued guest, we can help outfit you with the some of the best apparel for mountain biking available.
Find Your Skill Level
- Beginner – You have limited riding experience and perhaps have never ridden a horse before but are keen to try. A 1 or 2 hour ride is plenty long.
- Novice – Perhaps you have ridden a horse before and know that you are able to mount and dismount unassisted. You are comfortable and feel in control while your horse is walking and maybe even during short trots. You are comfortable on a horse for 3 to 4 hours.
- Intermediate – You have a firm and confident seat on your horse and feel comfortable while trotting and maybe even while cantering and galloping short distances. You are comfortable on a horse for 6 to 7 hours, but perhaps don’t ride regularly.
- Advanced – You are very comfortable on a horse at all paces, and perhaps can handle a spirited horse in open country. You are comfortable riding all day.
* Trail riding with us involves slow speeds and walking. Faster paces should not be expected.
“We had an amazing trip!! Thank you so much for all your help in planning our adventure. All the staff at Tyax are top notch:)”
“My only complaint about our trip is that I only caught 20 rainbows an hour during our stop at spruce Lake”