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Cowboy adventures at a guest ranch in Saskatchewan


Experience the life of a cowboy in the true prairielands of Canada at this guest ranch in Saskatchewan. These ranch packages will introduce you the day to day activities of a working cattle ranch.  Spend your days riding through the countryside or stay at the ranch and help with the workings of the farm.  Ride where the Blackfoot and Crow once camped as they hunted Buffalo across the vast plains. The more adventurous can learn the ropes tying a lasso, roping cattle and barrel racing. There are horses to suit every rider from beginner to experienced.  The views of the rolling hills, the sunshine sparkling on the lake, the golden prairie grass swaying in the wind, a mama cow caring for her calf, will refresh your soul and make you feel alive.

When you're not in the saddle, there is plenty to do. Walk down to Lake Diefenbaker for swimming, boating, canoeing, waterskiing and jetskiing. Fish for Walleye and Northern Pike. Or find a private spot along 200-kilometers of sandy beaches. Hiking in the rolling hills, you're sure to glimpse the untouched wildlife and view deer, coyotes, foxes and owls, Golden Eagles and pelicans. The landscape changes its palette with the seasons, from the purple crocus in spring to the pink flowering cactus in summer to the splendor of golden colours in the fall.  In the evening, do what the cowboys do. A game of horseshoes, dummy steer roping, archery or a visit to the saloon where there is a pool table, foosball and darts. Listen to country music or sit in the hot tub under the stars. End the day with the crackle of a romantic campfire and a cowboy sing-a-long.

This ranch also offer once-a-year seasonal activities.  One of the most popular times on the ranch is early June, when the cattle are rounded up for an old-time authentic branding. Guest ranch hands should plan to visit for at least ten days in order to get acquainted with the operation and their horse before branding day.  Also popular is the fall cattle drive in late September/early October when the cattle are rounded up from the pastures and brought home to prepare for winter. 

 

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TRIP DETAILS
DESTINATION
EQUIPMENT/CLOTHING
ACCOMMODATIONS
MEALS & DINING
DATES & PRICING
ITINERARY
TRIP TYPE
Guest Ranches
SEASON

May to October

DIFFICULTY
Easy / Moderate
MAXIMUM GROUP SIZE
20
GUIDE INFORMATION

The local ranch hands will be happy to take you out on day rides or show you the skills and techniques of operating a working cattle ranch.

RESTRICTIONS
Not Applicable
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

English and German are spoken.

Children under the age of 4 stay for free.

TRANSPORTATION

Trips originate and end from a ranch near the town of Kyle, Saskatchewan, a 2 hour drive southwest of Saskatoon.  Transportation from the Saskatoon airport to the ranch is available for an additional cost.

WEATHER

Summer temperatures will average 15 to 25 degrees celsius.

REGION
Southern Saskatchewan
PROVIDED EQUIPMENT

All riding gear and ranch activities.

SUGGESTED CLOTHING

HIking or riding boots, hat, gloves, warm jacket, long pants, fleece or wool sweater, shorts, t-shirts, sneakers, bathing suit.

SUGGESTED ITEMS

Camera, daypack, fishing gear, water bottle, binoculars, pocketknife, sunglasses, sunscreen, rain gear.

ACCOMMODATIONS

Guests stay in private, rustic wood cabins decorated in a cowboy decor.  All cabins have a private washroom with shower.  Bedding and toiletries are supplied.  The ranch has a main dining buildling with a saloon.   Activities at the ranch include horseshoes, steer roping, archery, pool table, foosball, darts and an outdoor hot tub.

There are six comfortable log-cabins, with two twin beds or one queen-size bed.  Each cabin has a private washroom with toilet and shower. There is also a two 1.5-story cabins with loft bedrooms that provide enough space for up to 4 people. 

MEALS & DINING

MEALS & DINING

Plentiful cowboy cuisine  includes delicious Canadian beef.

Breakfast and supper are served in the Cookshack.  Guests and staff eat family-style meals together.  The cook prepares wholesome and plentiful cowboy cuisine which includes plenty of Canadian beef, home-baked goods and strong coffee. At breakfast you look out over the rolling hills and plan the day ahead. At supper-time you kick-back and share a few laughs about the day's adventures. You eat our lunch on the range, often with a campfire and some awesome campfire coffee. 

3 day tour, available May 19, 2018 - October 13, 2018
$490.00 / per adult - CAD
Based on double occupancy.

$420.00 / per youth 8-12 - CAD


$350.00 / per child 4-7 - CAD

7 day tour, available May 19, 2018 - October 13, 2018
$1435.00 / per adult - CAD
Based on double occupancy.

$980.00 / per youth 8-12 - CAD


$798.00 / per child 4-7 - CAD

PAYMENT INFORMATION
Pricing does not include: 5.00% GST. 0.90% PST.

A 20% deposit is required to hold your reservation.

Balance of payment is due 30 days before trip commencement.
CANCELLATION POLICY & DETAILS
Please notice our terms in case of a cancellation, 30 days and less 100%, 90 to 30 days 50%, up to 90 days withholding of the deposit. Certain cancellation circumstances are negotiable. No refunds but rescheduling your stay up to 12 month is possible.
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