There is no such thing as an easy sheep hunt, but a horseback hunt in the Brooks Range is as good as it gets. We have worked with this outfitter for over a decade and our clients have been extremely pleased with the results. This Outfitter has been guiding in Alaska for over fifteen years with outstanding hunt reports. The base camp is located some 130 miles north of the Arctic Circle, and the area abounds with good populations of Dalls sheep, arctic grizzly, and moose. Long term success rates have been extremely high on sheep and the trophy quality is excellent with a solid average of 36″+ with bigger rams taken in recent years. There are lots of grizzlies in the area as well, and most boars will square 6.6′ to 7′ and bigger. These bears range in color from dark chocolate to platinum blonde and make a great trophy. Bears can be found anywhere, from the river bottoms to the hillsides feeding on berries. The Alaska/Yukon moose also inhabit this area and are hunted in mid-September during the rut. The largest Bull Moose this outfitter has taken had a spread of 73″! Base camp consists of comfortable walled tents with wood burning stoves, a cook tent that serves excellent food and lots of it, and a shower tent. Hunts are conducted on sure footed, mountain horses that will get you back into the heart of this game rich country where you and your knowledgeable guide will hunt from a remote spike camp. This is a small, personalized operation and the outfitter only takes a few clients each season, ensuring that each hunter has the opportunity to take home an older trophy and so game does not get over hunted. Four hunts are operated each season, all guided 1×1. Book now, you won’t be disappointed with this hunt! #94
Sheep $20,500 + license, tags & charter (10 days)
Sheep/Grizzly $25,500 + license, tags & charter (12-days)
Sheep/Grizzly/Moose $25,500 + license, tags & charter (12- days) + $5,000 trophy fee on third animal.
Purchase online. License $160,sheep tag $850,grizzly tag $1000,moose tag $800,wolf tag. $100
(1×1) Guide service, camp, meals, horses, scabbards.
Charter from Coldfoot approximatly $1,200 round trip PUA (subject to change)
Fly to Fairbanks, Alaska and overnight the next day fly to Coldfoot where you will take a charter to your camp.
(Based on a 10 day Hunt)
Day 1: Fly to Fairbanks, Alaska, where you will overnight.
Day 2: Fly from Fairbanks to Coldfoot and overnight.
Day 3: Fly to camp once you arrive a representative will meet you at the airstrip. It is about an hour ride into camp. After arriving to the base camp, you will settle in.
Days 4-13: Hunting days.
Day 14: Charter back to Coldfoot where you will overnight.
Day 15: Depart Coldfoot for Fairbanks and continue your trip home.
Easy: Somewhat easy walking when it comes to physicality. Minimal walking or hiking and terrain is very accessible. Mostly hunting from blinds or tree stands.
Moderate: Physicality is somewhat moderate to advanced. Spot and stalk method of hunting as well as some hunting from blinds. Terrain can vary from prairies to mountains at higher elevations.
Difficult: Requires an advanced degree of physical endurance. Terrain is typically more mountainous and hunting can take place at higher elevation.
Extreme: Most difficult and physically demanding hunts. Requires advanced to extreme endurance and terrain or game pursued may involve dangerous situations.