Bimose Stories of the Forest
Bimose, meaning he/she walks around. Pronounced bi-mo-say.
Step into the forest and Hear the land calling you to learn its lessons and embrace its mystery.
A Unique Summer Journey
Our Bimose Stories of the Forest is a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in our Indigenous stories and traditions. We will share knowledge on our traditional medicinal and edible plants used for healing, hunting techniques and fire lighting skills. Your guide will help you learn to sharpen your senses as you learn lessons from the land using wind direction and other natural navigational cues to chart a course back to the ranch.
With every step, you’ll shed worries and gain a deeper sense of connection—to yourself and to the land.
Program Length: Approximately 3 hours
Start Time: 9AM
"The forest reconnects us to a hidden knowledge that has always existed deep with in our souls"
Taste and Savour
After walking on Painted Warriors forested trails, we will return to the ranch and share a delicious, traditional lunch made from family recipes and a tasting of our traditional blend of tea made of seasonal ingredients from nature. As we close, you’ll have a chance to reflect and share thoughts on the experience together.
We know after you step back into your daily life, you’ll have gained a new understanding of your relationship to the land—one we hope stays with you long after leave Painted Warriors.
What do I need to bring?
We will be spending about 3 hours together in the outdoors and we recommend bringing a jacket and sweater as the weather can change quickly, even in summer. We highly recommend wearing sturdy walking or hiking shoes (no sandals or flip flops) and bringing your own water bottle. If you need to refill, we’re happy to supply clean water to keep you hydrated!
If you think you might need walking poles, we are happy to supply these, just let us know in advance.
We look forward to welcoming you to Painted Warriors and ask that you arrive 10-15 minutes prior to your Bimose experience.
We are taking precautions to keep our guests safe so they can enjoy our beautiful outdoors and activities with the confidence we’re putting their health and wellness first. At this time, we ask all visitors booking accommodations with us to bring their own sleeping bag and pillow. We recommend packing a good quality winter sleeping during the colder months (we generally recommended a bag for up to minus 20 to ensure you’re cozy all night long).
Please review our safety protocols prior to arriving.