Guest Info


Things to Know

Since this experience takes place in Canada's spectacular backcountry, please note there is no electricity, Internet access, or running water (except for the creeks).

Things to Bring

There is nothing worse than being unprepared or forgetting to pack something you know you will need. To help you, here are some suggested items to bring that you can use as a checklist. 


  • 2 pairs of jeans
  • 2 long sleeve shirts (1 warm, 1 light)
  • 3 T-shirts
  • 5 pairs of socks
  • 5 pairs of underwear
  • 2 pairs of warm or wool socks
  • 1 pair of long underwear or tights
  • 1 pair of sweat pants
  • sleepwear
  • 1 fleece jacket
  • 1 warm jacket (big enough to fit over other items)
  • 2 pairs of gloves (1 for riding, 1 for warmth)
  • 1 ski hat or headband
  • 1 pair of riding boots
  • 1 pair of comfortable camp shoes
  • 1 pair of waterproof boots
  • rain gear available upon request
  • riding hat
  • water bottle

Personal Items:

  • towel, soap, and shampoo
  • sunscreen
  • insect repellent
  • flashlight
  • camera
  • fishing equipment (optional) need to have fishing licence
  • alcoholic beverages (if desired)

Sleeping bags, fleece liner, air mattress and tents or (trailers-Weekend Trips) are provided by Lost Guide Adventure Tours. It is our expectation that you leave your tent or trailer tidy (and swept out) for the next guest. 

Items for a pack trip should be packed in a soft duffel bag. The maximum weight allowed varies from 30 to 40 pounds. Remember that you will be wearing one complete set of clothing and you will have your rain gear and extra jacket tied to the saddle so these will not be counted against your weight allowance.

This list is based on our pack trips. Please adjust accordingly for weekend trips. You will still need everything on it but fewer quantity. On weekend trips you can bring things such as a cooler, ice, a pillow, etc. Weight of luggage or type of luggage would not be an issue as our camp is drive in, not pack in. Trailer accommodation is available for weekend trips. Depending on the size of the group we may or may not use tents. Please remember that when you are in the mountains, it will get very cold at night. Appropriate clothing will make your trip much more enjoyable!!