Bio- Living in a guest ranch provides great opportunities to be around adventure travel, tourism, and make deep connections with those who share the same environment.
There are many benefits to living at a guest ranch.
The most obvious is adventure travel. The chance to live in an environment that enables people to fulfill their lifelong ambitions, their own adventure travel into the mountains, on the back of a horse, the chance to escape into the wild, and be without worldy concern for a brief moment.
Living at the ranch we partake in this every day, whether it be from caring for our horses or keeping the ranch tidy, to guiding our brave adventurers into the mountains, and bringing them back alive.
More subtle than adventure travel, is the chance to make deep connections, and meet people cut from the same cloth. With the niche offering of a guest ranch, the people who are attracted to work there, are so similar in their interests, goals and purpose.
The people who live within the guest ranch environment may be from completely different cultures; Australian, Canadian, American, French, German, English, Japanese (the list is endless), they may have completely different personalities; some extraverted, some introverted, some natural leaders, others more comfortable as recluse.
All these differences aside, we all have the same interests in nature, the wilderness and adventure travel.
In the guest ranch environment, we live, work and breathe together.
Add common interest goals and purpose, and you develop deep connections with one another, you develop a culture together. This is different to the connections made with regular workmates, or friends or acquaintances. It is different from the people you meet traveling as you cross one end of a city to another.
This environment begets true understanding of people, a shared experience.