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trips are "all inclusive". The Lazy VU provides all
of the meals, a sleeping tent for accommodations, a cook tent
for dining in, and of course, all of the horses and gear you
will need for your adventure. You will need to bring a sleeping bag and other personal
gear. For a complete list look at our "What to Bring" page.
The first day of your pack trip, everyone will meet at the trail
head. If you need transportation from the town of Hinton, arrangements
can be made.
A guide travels with the guests while the rest of the crew
and all of the pack horses go ahead to set up camp. This way,
trail rides can be made at a leisurely pace, with plenty of
time for lunch and picture taking. Rides average in length
from 4 to 6 hours
Meals are cooked on a wood stove that is packed in by horse.
No worries that grub may be in short supply.
course meals complete with salad and fresh baking make it
unlikely that anyone will go hungry. Pies, cakes, cookies,
and fresh bread are just some of the wonders that turn out
surprisingly well on a wood stove.
A sack lunch is provided for move days, with the occasional"smoky"
roast thrown in for something different.
beverages are not included, but horse power is plentiful if
you wish to bring your own.
of the Wilmore are known for their Dolly Varden. A catch and
release regulation makes the eating of these fish out of the
question, but it doesn't stop the fun of catching them. Other
fish such as Whitefish can be thrown in the pan and cooked
up for supper.