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Authentic. Unique. Truly Canadian.

Fly Fishing What is a truly Canadian experience? Is it a horseback ride across rolling hills and along steep canyons? Is it breathtaking vistas and pristine nature? Is it watching a bald eagle soar or panning for gold like the pioneers did?

It's all that - and at Echo Valley Ranch & Spa, you can experience it.

Welcome to Echo Valley Ranch & Spa

Nestled away in the Cariboo Mountains, in a setting that is equally breathtaking and pristine, a uniquely Canadian experience awaits. The Echo Valley ranch family welcomes you to a little piece of heaven, where you can taste the best of the Canadian lifestyle.

Authentic. Unique. Truly Canadian.

Nature. Adventure. Joy.

Running Horses Canada is known for its spectacular nature, its friendly people and memorable vacations. For a truly unforgettable highlight, we invite you to include Echo Valley Ranch & Spa in your Canadian vacation. You can explore nature on horseback or on a guided hike, experience authentic ranch life and farm fresh Canadian ranch cuisine, try fly fishing, enjoy the fantastic views of the Cariboo Mountains from our large sundeck, or indulge in one of our exclusive spa treatments. Let's not forget about evenings around the campfire, roasting s'mores and enjoying campfire stories after a delicious Canadian BBQ!

To start planning your stay at Echo Valley Ranch & Spa, you can browse our rate options, take a virtual walk across the ranch, or simply contact our reservations expert Kerstin.

Your Canadian experience awaits!

A Great View of Mount Benson

Green Tourism
World Boutique Hotel Awards 2016 Winner
Located in the interior mountains of beautiful British Columbia, just a few hours northeast of Vancouver
10635 Jesmond Road, Jesmond, BC, Canada V0K 1K0, 1-800 253-8831
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