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The Wranglers

The Wrangling crew is the best in the business. Every year Tyler selects from hundreds of resumes to find the few that have the specific skill set required to be a Wrangler at this ranch. "I look for people that I would like to meet if I were on vacation" says Tyler. All Wranglers are certified through the Dude Ranch Association safety program.

The wranglers are truly diverse. Their job includes guiding raft trips, mountain bike tours, hiking, and even mixing a decent drink when behind the bar. But without a doubt every Wrangler must be an experienced and competent horseperson. In order to keep everyone as safe as possible a Wrangler must be able to anticipate what a horse is going to do before he does it. This is something that can only be learned from years of experience.

The Beckley Family have always felt that to experience the western way of life you must interact with the people that live it. For that reason the Wranglers often dine with guests and socialize in the evenings. A week at the ranch is an adventure, one that you will share with your group, and other guests, the Wranglers will be your guides though it all.
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Cranbrook Beckley's Cattle and Guest Ranch
Tour Code: GRBC03
7 days / 6 nights ~$3,430.00
Dates: May to September

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Difficulty : Riding Level (Click for legend) Lodging: Standard
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Tack: Western
Horses: Quarterhorse and Quarterhorse Cross
Pace: Moderate; must ride one full day with...

Airport: Cranbrook Canadian Rockies International Airport (YXC)
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Riding Level Explained
A Beginner
Beginner A rider who has limited experience, is unable to post the trot and does not canter.
B Novice
Novice A rider who is capable of mounting and dismounting unassisted, capable of applying basic aids, comfortable and in control at the walk, moderate length posting trots, and short canters.
C Intermediate
Intermediate A rider who has a firm seat, is confident and in control at all paces (including posting trots, two point canters and gallops), but does not ride regularly.
D Strong Intermediate
Strong Intermediate An intermediate rider who is currently riding regularly and is comfortable in the saddle for at least 6 hours per day.
E Advanced
All of the above, plus an independent seat, soft hands, and capable of handling a spirited horse in open country.
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