Family Trips

You can also turn your guided hunt into a family vacation by inviting your child, grandchild, or spouse. We offer a safe and fun learning environment where your family can participate, as much or as little as they want, in your hunting experience and gain a deeper appreciation of nature and resource management.

Family Hunts

Every season provides a unique experience for non-hunters. Our all-amenity lodge offers guest ranch stays, wildlife viewing, horse pack trips, horseback riding, fishing, snowmobiling, alpine hiking, and much more. Whether your family and friends want to view grizzlies during your spring black bear hunt or view predators and zip along on snowmobiles during your winter cougar hunt, there are plenty of activities to keep everyone entertained. If your family wants a more relaxed experience, they are always welcome to curl up by the fireplace at our lodge, sipping hot chocolate and reading a good book from our library.

Junior hunters are welcome to join you on your hunt. We can also create custom hunts for kids when they are accompanied by a parent, grandparent, or guardian.

  • 10-13 year olds can hunt with a parent or guardian and shoot on an adult tag.
  • 14 – 18 year olds can shoot on their own tag and license while accompanied by a parent, grandparent, or guardian.

$200 from every hunt goes towards

conservation initiatives in the Chilcotin Ark



Hunting Stories


Gerry Bracewell: Local Legend in Conservation and Hunt Guiding

Gerry Bracewell is an iconic name in British Columbia’s history for her conservation and hunt guiding work. Growing up in rural Alberta, Gerry knew the laws of nature. But it wasn’t until she came to the Chilcotin region of British Columbia in her early twenties that she learned how to ...
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An Unexpected Hunt: Sheep, Goats and Mountain Climbing Horses

Larry is a 66 year old hunter from Texas. He has been hunting for years in the most adventurous places including Alaska, the Yukon, and Africa. Larry came hunting for California Bighorn sheep and mountain goat with BCTMO Conservation Club Larry is the perfect example of a 6th stage hunter, and ...
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Bow Hunt for a Mountain Goat

Frank is a 77 year-old hunter coming from Saskatchewan. He was director of the Saskatchewan Bow Hunters Association for more than 10 years. He first came on a bow hunt for mountain goat with BCTMO Conservation Club in 2012. Unfortunately, he could not harvest a goat that time. He therefore ...
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Down to my Last Round

Due to technical issues while sighting in the rifle I suddenly had only 6 rounds from 20 left. “That`s enough” said Todd our first class guide, dryly. Then, on the 4th hunting day, it became “serious”. Todd scouted a black bear which we had to stalk due to bad wind ...
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