Water based Activities
Fishing & Wildlife
Sundance Guest Ranch is situated on the Thompson River which is a very popular spot for fishing. We do not offer fishing guides, but if you're an avid fisherman you can hike down to the river or drive to a more accessible spot.
Fishing on offer
unguided, BYO equipment
Mule deer, black bears, coyotes, bobcats. Lots of bird life.
For groups of 40-50.
Contact the ranch for details
We can cater for groups of 50-75.
TAKE OVER THE RANCH FOR YOUR SPECIAL EVENT!
We would be delighted to host your special day here at the ranch! If you are looking for an intimate wedding that will create lifelong memories for friends and family, this is the place for you!
Flat rate covers two nights accommodation, three meals a day, horseback riding and use of all facilities on the ranch, as well as country rock DJ dance! You supply your own flowers, decorations and beverages.
Max of 55 people, all guests must stay at the ranch.
25% deposit on booking, 25% at 6 months prior and the balance 60 days prior to the date.
Contact us for more details.
Explore Gold Country's history at one of BC's best small-town museums. The museum's authentic and carefully appointed exhibits portray the history of the South Cariboo, the Indian tribes who first settled the area, the farms and ranches of Hat Creek Valley, and of course the establishment of Ashcroft. Open May to October, admission by donation. Tel. (250) 453-9232, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
5 miles / 15 mins
Highland Valley Copper Mine
One of the largest open pit copper mines in North America - visible from space. Offers mine tours free of charge with a 15 minute video of the mining operation and guided bus tour of the mine. Open mid-May until end of August, Monday to Friday, with tours starting at 10:00 am and 1:00 pm daily. Call (250) 523-3307 to reserve touring spots.
22 miles / 30 mins
Historic Hat Creek Ranch
Re-live the past and experience BC's gold rush era at this unique provincial heritage site offering trail rides, stagecoach rides, tours of the 1860s Roadhouse and Native Interpretation Site, gold panning, archery, and more. Open daily May 1 to September 30. The Ranch is hosting several special events each year, including the annual Bonaparte Band Pow Wow in August. Website: www.hatcreekranch.com, Email: email@example.com
10 miles / 30 mins