Heritage Treks and Tours
Bring your own group of emigrants and hitch the wagon or load your cart; herd the goats and head west. Fjord the creeks, ravines, and canyons.  Establish a new settlement, 
split cedar trunks for shingles, drive the horses for plowing, tomahawks, knives, arrows and more.  There will be time for dance and games as well.   
  Wagon’s
Ho Passes    Activities         Cost / Terms
4 Hour:$16.50: adult - student$15.00: child (4 to 12)
8 Hour  $18.50: adult - student  $17.00: child

20% discount
groups of 60+.

30 person minimum
400 person maximum




Day Trip



Over-
nighter
(Play Video)
24 to 32 hour excursion: includes all of Day Trip activities above plus:
3 meals: moldy cheese / bread, rancid beans, salt pork, 4 oz of flour, parched corn, musty cider, etc. etc
Cotillion n Etiquette: pioneer scholars are schooled in the finer aspects of manners, introductions, reels, quadrilles, polkas and more. 
Sentries Watch: all are expected to take a watch during the night for wolves, bandits, hostiles and other predators of the company.
$95: adult - student
$85: child (6 to 12)

Minimum Age: 6
20% discount for groups of 60+
60 person minimum
300 person maximum

Stakes or Wards: Call for pricing


3 to 5
Day
Wagon
Week




3 to 5 day excursion: includes all of above plus:
Defense: trekkers must be prepared at a moments notice to circle wagons and defend themselves from marauders, bandits, or other predators along the trail.
Prairie Ball: clothes and bodies are washed in the “river,” best prairie attire is put on for the prairie hoedown



$80 per day: adult - student
$70 per day: child (10 to 12)

Minimum Age: 10
20% discount for groups of 110+, 80 person minimum
250 person maximum

Stakes or Wards: Call for pricing
Wagons Ho Pass

Day Trip
Activities

4 to 8 hour wagon/handcart excursion reflective of the California, Oregon or Mormon Trail history.  Visitors make up the wagon company members, preparing to head west and participate in the events of the Trail west::

Check-In: a period greeting and assembling of equipment, rations and supplies as if on the Trail for 1 day
Trail: trekkers pull a handcart or walk along, herd goats/sheep or just walk for less than 1 mile for the day. 
Vignettes:
a)  Pioneer Justice: the "Company" disciplines a violator of the company goods and trust, complete with judge (Trail Boss), jury and witnesses.
b) Pioneer Burial: poor ol Hezekiah has died in the night and must be buried along the trail
c)  Pioneer Wedding: Young Jacob and Becca Tie the Knot, literally, on the trail.
d)  Military Conscription:  Colonel Kearney has sent his Adjutant to conscript all the able bodied men for the Conflict in the West
e)  Historical Characters: along the trail the likes of Jim Bridger, Jed Smith, Jefferson Hunt and others may greet the passerby and regale them with their story. 
Rations: dried beef, cheese, tack, and fruit.
Skills: shingle making, log sawing, fire making, tomahawking, plowing, archery, and log splitting are examples of the skills to be done by the “pioneers.”
Pastimes: the day's end created time for music, dance, storytelling, games and other pastimes.


The Providential Heritage Academy is a Nonprofit California Corporation 501(c)3 Charitable Organization.


Providential Heritage Academy
at Mile High Ranch
12929 Mile High Rd., Cherry Valley, CA 92223
Tele: 909 844 5590  Fax: 909 797 4524 
www.WagonsHo.org
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at Mile High Ranch in Cherry Valley, CA