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Treat yourself to an English riding lesson with certified coach Linda Poel & scout out your ultimate Hanoverian riding companion...

Breeders/Trainers, E.C. Level 1 English Coach, NCCP Level 2, Equine Massage Therapist / Body Talk practitioner 1/2/3
OUR BREEDING GOAL: We use only top individuals from the very best Hanoverian mother lines available to produce the ultimate riding horse for use in any sport. Our horses are medium framed, quiet, superbly rideable with great natural reflexes, motion, and scope.
All our horses are raised in a natural environment on 160 acres with large pastures so their bones, muscles and minds develop naturally to be sound and sane. All our horses love people and when we start them they are developed and trained to encourage their confidence. We breed for top performance prospects using the best bloodlines from Germany that produce not only performance but temperament, intelligence and athletic ability.

phone: 250 706 9286
If you're all about fishing... Book a guided trip and fish with the pros!

Make the Fishing Highway your destination!
Booking with us ensures that you have a fantastic fishing adventure. Our team is made up of experienced guides that know the waters and the area. Our goal is to make sure you have the best trip possible! The Fishing Hwy is a place that should be on every anglers bucket list.  From the shoals and islands of Bridge Lake to the green beauty of Sheridan Lake.  Fishing for Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout, and Kokanee can be rewarding with large fish.You won't have to worry about not being prepared. We provide all the tackle, flies, gear, and we can even help you get your fishing license.

phone: 1 - 844 - 774 2217
Explore the Bridge Lake Ice Caves and find beautiful pieces of local First Nations animal artwork along the trail...

The knowledge and use of the Bridge Lake Ice Caves has a lengthy history for area First Nations and much later area pioneers who used the ice that could be chipped out of the crevices and used for parties and other gatherings. The Ice Caves at Bridge Lake are known to the local First Nations as the “Entrance to the Bear World.”
The unique geology of the southern slope of Bridge Lake shoreline features caves and crevices that are sheltered from sun and wind. Melting snow seeps through the rock crevices into the caves where it refreezes, creating almost a year-round supply of ice.
Walk the low-mobility and outdoor fitness trail
LB Sporting Goods
Fishing Highway Tourist Association
6850 Fawn Lake Acc. Rd #1, Lone Butte BC, V0K 1X1
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