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Guest Ranches & Farm Stays Attractions & Entertainment

You know what they say about all work and no play? That doesn’t apply on a working ranch. Chores like fixing fence, branding cattle and feeding the animals make dinner around the campfire taste extra delicious. • Work light, play hard: A guest ranch – the cushier ranch experience – might include spa services after a multi-day horseback camping trip along pioneer trails. Unplug: Some ranches and farms are out of cell phone range. Sounds like the perfect excuse to become a pro at tossing horsehoes. • Timing: Is your heart’s desire driving cattle out to pasture? The season dictates the ranch work that needs to be done, so plan ahead.

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Alberta Western Uplands Ranch

Empress, Alberta

Stay at a working ranch, where the lodging is an original log ranch house built in 1903. Western Uplands Ranch also offers hunters home-cooked lunches and dinners. Satellite TV, recreational room with pool table, electric darts, fireplace, large table for cards, and a big screen TV with satellite service.

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Wildhorse Ranch and Outfitters

Rocky Mountain House, Alberta

Wildhorse Ranch provides programs for youth, women, corporations, small business and more. They custom design to suit your situation. They are experts at facilitating programs with horses and can provide you with a powerful journey of learning and understanding. Wildhorse Ranch specializes in leadership and skills development programs.

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Centre Peak High Country Adventures

Lundbreck, Alberta
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Centre Peak High Country Adventures is located along the pristine eastern slopes of the Livingstone Range in south western Alberta, between the Crowsnest Pass and Pincher Creek. Your hosts and guides, Richard Keil and Kate McKim-Keil, are third generation ranchers on the DU Ranch, operating in southwestern Alberta’s most spectacular areas. Come and take a ride with them and allow them to share the local history and splendour with you! The individually tailored guided trail rides offer a unique experience thoroughly enjoyed by all guests. You are able to experience the true ranching lifestyle. You will get to ride the ranch horses that are well trained and who love their job. You will experience the lure and the wonders of the ranching culture while riding the untouched range and seeing the cattle. You may even get to see some of the incredible wildlife along the trail. The abundance of wildlife in the valley from bears (both grizzly and black), to elk, moose, deer and many birds, adds another layer of awe to those lucky enough to see them.

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