The hunting district itself lies on British Columbia’s northern border next to the River Yukon, whose source is actually British Columbia’s Lake Atlin. The hunting district is hundreds of kilometers from the nearest outposts of civilisation, which means our hunters will find the ultimate wilderness adventure waiting for them here.
After arrival in the city of Whitehorse in Alaska, the hunting adventure begins with a charter flight to northern British Columbia. The hunters are flown out to one of the fantastic hunting base camps found in this district. Here they will find heated cabins, a fully equipped kitchen which serves home-made food, hot showers and hospitable, experienced staff.
After a hot breakfast, you will leave camp on horseback around the break of dawn, in the company of your guide and wrangler. The hunt now begins in earnest. You can expect to spend a couple of hours in the saddle every day, but this can vary depending on where you spot game and on what your guide’s plans for the day are. For hunters who would prefer not to hunt on horseback, or perhaps would simply like to experience something else, it is also possible to hunt moose from a boat on some of the large lakes found in the district.
With large populations of game animals and excellent trophy quality, this hunting district is unlike any other place in North America. You don’t need to move far from camp to hunt moose, caribou, mountain goat or wild sheep. This possibility of hunting so many species from a single place is unique.
This district is more than just a place with rich animal life and big trophies, the scenery here is also absolutely beautiful.