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Hosts in BC, Northern (90) - Page 1 of 9


Town or City: Big Creek
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 350
Persons: 2
Category: Accommodation Business
Host ID: 29197
Region: BC, Northern

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***Looking for 2020: 1 to 2 volunteers for ENTIRE SEASON (Apr/May to Sep/Oct)***

Helper for horses.

Landscaper/handyman: responsible for supervised and independent property management, ideally capable of driving tractors and other vehicles, willing to learn about irrigation and other farm duties. Chainsaw certificate and/or any plumbing and electrician expertise a plus.

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We are a small friendly Guest Ranch, 4 star Select Country Inn, in the beautiful British Columbia, Cariboo/Chilcotin area. The property is located 2 hours drive from Williams Lake, direction Highway 20. We live in a very remote area, with untouched nature and wildlife and operate a horseback adventure Guest Ranch with 17 horses and offer horse back riding, hiking and fishing.

We are looking for enthusiastic and hardworking folks to help with all our ranch activities including, trail riding and horse care, housekeeping and kitchen, with fencing, firewood, ha... more inside

            



Town or City: Quesnel
All Year: maybe
Area (ha): 2
Persons: depends
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 51300
Region: BC, Northern

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***We have already invited beyond our capacity so we cannot offer a place to anyone else right now. We cannot host anyome more until the crisis lifts.
But we have been doing this for over 5 years and I know we will keep doing it. The workshop is always calling, gardening season never really stops and kitchen experiments always need attention.
Once the directives are lifted we will go back to hosting food events and giving cooking classes so if you are looking to the future (July/August and after 2020) please write***

Nearly everything we do is in support of one thrill: adventures in food. But rural living out here in mid-nowhere means that there are endless other things to be tasked as well: construction, gardening, maintenance of many sorts, enhancing the natural beauty around us. Chances are that if you could describe a pure-fun, physical job, there would be something here I could offer that might satisfy those urges. If you want to work hard, eat marvelous meals and have a f... more inside

            



Town or City: telegraph creek
All Year: no
Area (ha): 11.3
Persons: 2 or 3
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 46423
Region: BC, Northern

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Now booking for Spring 2020.--
With the current covid-19 crisis, I have my doubts about whether you could really make it to Telegraph Creek--I am currently in Victoria, 3 days drive myself to get home. I have "heard" (ie. its not for sure) that they aren't letting "non-residents" into the Tahltan Reserve, which one must pass thru to get to my place...
It'd be a great place to "wait out" covid-19, and there's plenty to do in your off-time while staying with me.

Located 15km beyond beautiful, unique, and historic Telegraph Creek in the Stikine Valley of NW BC, 3 Sisters is a rustic and gorgeous property of 28 acres. It is situated on unceeded Tahltan (First Nations) Territory.
There is an endless variety of things to do in your off-time, including kayaking/canoeing the Stikine River or nearby lakes; hiking/climbing Glenora Mt. (I live at the base of it) or any number of trails in the area; fishing for salmon in season, trout all year; boating--I've got the boat-... more inside

            



Town or City: Smithers
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 1.5
Persons: 2
Category: Accommodation Business
Host ID: 99055
Region: BC, Northern

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We are a BnB with extensive gardens and landscaped yard on Seymour Lake. Beautiful and quaint with lots to do.

We are a family of 4 (kids are 10-14) living in a large log home. You will have a section of the house with lots of privacy (see Airbnb listing).

Looking for easy going, honest and hard working people to stay with us 1 week or 10 days, ideally in April or mid-late July.

You will have access to canoe/paddle board/bikes etc.
It is easy to bike to Smithers (3km) where there are cafes, breweries etc.

Enjoy a quiet stay while helping us keep the place beautiful!


          



Town or City: Prince George
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 160
Persons: 2
Category: Other
Host ID: 44854
Region: BC, Northern

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Leading real Appaloosa breeding and marketing ranch in Canada, requiring general ranch help including riding and grooming.Good opportunity to practice and develop your horsemanship skills in real hands on enviroment.
Also we are building a log cabin for helpers so would like to see someone with interest in log building and firewood making.

      



Town or City: Cecil Lake
All Year: All year round
Area (ha): 300 hectares (1060 acres)
Persons: 2
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 19549
Region: BC, Northern

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It's Calving season

We are a family run working cattle ranch with a commercial herd of Simmentals and a purebred herd of Charolais. We also have a small herd of horses and a pair of dogs to help work with the cattle. We calve from February through to March. Breeding starts in April so the different herds are sorted out before the spring field work starts in May. Haying starts in July and goes through to September. Then fall field work and bringing the herds home for winter feeding.
The farm house has 8 rooms and 3 1/2 bathrooms. Good home cooked meals will be supplied. Helpers are welcomed throughout the year.We're in the middle of landscaping around the house working on the lawn and planting trees for a future windbreak, We will like to be able to plant a garden again if you don't want to be working with cattle or tractors.
We are found in the beautiful Peace River Country that covers the northeast area of B.C and Northwestern Alberta. This area is known for its Agriculture l... more inside

          



Town or City: Tatla Lake
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 1300
Persons: 4
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 38908
Region: BC, Northern

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We are a large working cattle ranch in the beautiful Chilcotin region of BC where we raise cattle and horses, as well as a small flock of sheep. We run 1200 mother cows, 150-200 replacement heifers, 80 Bulls, a herd of 20 horses and we currently have 3000 acres in forage production. We do our cattle work on horseback the old fashioned way. We have a small Quarter Horse breeding operation and stand an AQHA stallion and raise prospects for ranching, roping and barrel racing. We are a progressive young couple that own the ranch (38 & 46), and we also have other full time employees year round from cowboys to haying crew, contractors etc. We are NOT certified organic, but we do NOT use pesticides or implant our animals with hormones. However, we do have a full herd health program that includes vaccinating our animals from disease and we use antibiotics when necessary. Our ranch is located close to the mountains with a river flowing through the whole property and many lakes nearby. The w... more inside

            



Town or City: Williams Lake
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 1000
Persons: 2
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 29078
Region: BC, Northern

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CALVING TIME coming up! Who would like to cuddle cow babies?
We are a Canadian Verified Beef plus operation.
Approx. 300 head cattle ranch in BC's interior. Homestead is on Tyee Lake. Summer fishing, boating, kayaking, hiking. Many many lakes and large timber. Winter ice fishing, snowshoeing etc. Work consists of winter feeding, spring calving, vaccinating, fencing, cattle drives, farming. Summer haying, checking cows. Fall round-up of cattle, gathering hay. All depends what season is of interest to you. We are excited to learn from you also!
We are really enjoying being hosts! Our past and present helpers enjoy the abundant wildlife and recreation. Meals and accommodation provided.
Please check out our Facebook page J Ranch!

          



Town or City: Telkwa
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 130
Persons: 1 or 2
Category: Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 29461
Region: BC, Northern

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Family owned and operated Certified organic livestock farm in North Central British Columbia is looking for help with the farm for four to five hours per day in exchange for a place to park a camper, tent, or stay in our home, (We also have tents or camper you could use).
We have openings after May 2019.
Access to clean water source, electricity, internet, phone, laundry facilities and great organic food!
We love to cook and try new foods.
We are located in the Bulkley Valley with mountains, large rivers, boreal forests and plenty of wild game (black and grizzly bears, moose, elk, deer, etc).
You can fly here from Vancouver, drive up, or take the bus. Inexpensive flights are available into Smithers if you book two weeks ahead.
Rides into town are not a problem several times per week, our farm is about 20 minutes East of the town of Smithers.
Great cross country and boarding or downhill skiing in the winter and lots of mountains, lakes and trails for playing in the sum... more inside

          



Town or City: Atlin
All Year: May to September
Area (ha): 3
Persons: 2
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 60090
Region: BC, Northern

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We are a family of two adults, 4 dogs and two horses looking for help on our 7 acres in the wilderness. We are settled in a beautiful valley outside of Atlin with access to nearby rivers, lakes and stunning highcountry. The town of Atlin is appr. 16km away. Amazing scenery and a wonderful adventure playground.


Help would include working in garden & greenhouse, paint-jobs, taking care of dogs & horses (occasionally), cooking (occasionally), setting up pastures, carpentry/helping hand (building projects around the house, barn-building). splitting and stacking firewood (we have a splitter). Appr. 25 hours of help/week.
We are looking for a responsible adult or couple. You need to be self sufficient and feel comfortable being out in the boonies.
Our wifi is limited and there's not always electricity. Also, as we sometimes are away for work,you should be able to be alone for a couple of days without feeling lonely.

You stay in your own little cabin... with an outhouse like real... more inside

            

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