Echo Valley Ranch & Spa is located 50 km outside of Clinton, BC.
It’s about 5 hours north of Vancouver, and 2.5 hours west of Kamloops. The Highway going through Clinton is Highway 97, also known as the Gold Rush Trail.
The drive from Clinton to the ranch takes about 45-60 minutes, 33 km of this route is Jesmond Road, a well-graded gravel road. Jesmond Road is generally in good shape but can get washed out with potholes after the winter or after long periods of rain.
You can find detailed directions on how to get to Echo Valley here.
There is no dress code at Echo Valley, please wear what you feel comfortable in. We are a working ranch and comfortable outdoor walking shoes are recommended. We do request that you bring a pair of indoor shoes/slippers to be worn inside our buildings.
OUTDOORS – Summers at Echo Valley are warm so remember to bring sunscreen and a hat; shorts and t-shirts are good for during the day, but evenings can still be a bit cool so bring long pants and a sweater or light jacket. Remember to bring a rain-jacket just in case.
RIDING – Jeans and cowboy boots are ideal, boots need to be smoothed sole with a heel. Alternatively, other shoes or boots will a heel will work as well. Some guests also like to wear a thin pair of leather gloves.
HIKING – Good hiking boots or shoes are recommended. Wear comfortable, breathable pants; jeans are not advised for hiking.
FISHING – Fly-fishing equipment is included for use on our private ponds. A license is only required if you planning to go fishing outside of the ranch.
FITNESS – Echo Valley has a full fitness center so bring your workout clothes and running shoes. We offer daily yoga (Ruesri dat ton) and meditation classes, comfortable and loose-fitting clothes work well for this. Remember to bring your swimsuit for the indoor pool.
EVENING – Please wear what you feel comfortable in. Some guests like to dress smart casual for dinner.
OPTIONAL – You may wish to bring binoculars, flashlight, hiking poles, camera, and a small day pack.
Yes, we can! We accommodate all dietary restrictions and requests, and our kitchen staff will ensure your needs are met with the utmost care. However, due to the nature of an open ranch kitchen, and despite precautions, cross-contamination can occur.