Trophy Horseback Moose Hunt in the Alaska Range
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This horseback Alaska-Yukon moose hunt takes place in the famed Alaska Range east of Denali National Park. This Alaskan-born, family-run outfit has been offering successful hunts in this same area for over thirty years. They have built a reputation as one of Alaska's premier outfits for not only trophy moose, but for Dall sheep, mountain grizzly, and caribou (caribou permits on a draw) as well. These 10 day plus hunts take place in September during the rut, and are guided 1x1 with a wrangler. The moose population in this area is very healthy and hunters have experienced high shot opportunities over the past several years. Trophy bulls will range, on average, from 55"-60" plus with wide paddles. They have two camps strategically located in game rich areas of the unit. While there is good hunting around base camp, expect to "spike out" for a few days at a time to get deep into the heart of the hunting territory. Base camps consist of primitive cabins and framed tents with cots and wood stoves. This is one of our top picks for a true Alaskan horseback hunt in some of Alaska's most beathtaking scenery. Early reservations are required.
Moose only $20,800 (10-days)
Two-specie hunt $25,800 (12-days)
Three-specie hunt $30,800 (15-days)
Plus air charter, license & tag(s)
1x1 guide with wrangler, camp, horses, meals, trophy care.
Airfare, charter, license and tags, gratuity, personal items
Fly to Fairbanks AK, take the shuttle or train to Healy AK where you will met by outfitter and overnight. Charter to camp ($1,500) the following morning.
Below is a quick snapshot of your travel:
- Day 1: Airfare to Fairbanks, AK
- Day 2: Shuttle or Train to Healy, AK where you will be met by outfitter and overnight.
- Day 3-12: Hunt
- Day 13: Back to Fairbanks and Home
Approximate License & Tag(s) Cost
$160 license, $850 sheep tag, $800 moose tag, $1,000 grizzly tag, $650 caribou tag purchase prior to arrival online or in camp with cash.