Hunt for snow sheeo in the beatiful russian wilderness
7 days from €20,275
August – 1st part of September
It is a classical mountain hunt with a lot of stalking on foot. Hunting takes part at relatively low heights of up to 2500 meters (around 8200 feet). Snow sheep inhabit hard-to-reach areas and old trophy rams prefer the most secluded places. Good weather is a very important factor. Several days might be needed to locate a desired size trophy ram.
Day 1: Arrival in Moscow early in the morning. Customs formalities, flight to Petropavlovsk, overnight at the local hotel.
Day 2: Domestic flight to Palana, arrival in the afternoon. 3-4 hour transfer to the hunting lodge by all-terrain vehicle. Rest, overnight.
Day 3: Transfer to the mountain region (+/- 6 hours), setting up the base camp. Up to the mountains.
Day 5-11: 7 day Sheep hunt.
Day 12: Transfer back to hunting lodge. Overnight.
Day 13: Transfer to Palana. Flight back to Petropavlovsk. Stay overnight at the hotel.
Day 14: Flight back to Moscow, stay overnight or flight home the same day.
Kamchatka is located at the north-east of Russia. It is bounded by the Bering Sea of the Pacific Ocean from the east and by the Okhotsk Sea from the west. The nature of the region is very varied: snow-covered mountains with glaciers, sugar loaf mountains by the sea, softwood forests and leafy forests, large forest tundra and tundra areas and deep-frozen soil to the north. There are thousands of...Read more
We cooperate with one of the best outfitters when it comes to Russia and Asia. The outfitter startet in 2011 with very experienced people who has a huge knowledge when it comes to extreme hunts and a good wildlife management. The quality is a high value for our outfitter and the customer is always in center. Nothing is to big or to small for our outfitter and they can deliver non...Read more
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Scientific Name: Ovis nivicola Subspecies/Distribution: 5 subspecies have been described: 1. Kamchatka Snow Sheep (Ovis n. nivicola): Kamchatka. 2. Okhotsk Snow Sheep (Ovis n. alleni): The Stanovoi mountains, Dschugdschur Mountains and the Judoma-Maja highlands. 3. Jakut Snow Sheep (Ovis n. lydekkeri): Jakutia from the Lena river to the Kolymo Mountains. 4. Putorana Snow Sheep (Ovis n....Read more