This is a classic hunt in the wilderness, where you will get around the area on horseback in the pristine Canadian wilderness in order to hunt the big Canada Moose and Mountain Caribou, mountain goat, grizzly, wolf and Stone Sheep. The hunting area is huge. It is located in northern part of British Columbia and adjacent to the Yukon area.
10 days from $18,995
The hunting district lies next to the River Yukon on British Columbia’s northern border. Hundreds of kilometers away from civilisation, travelling to these districts is like travelling back in time. 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.
The largest Canadian Moose are found in northern British Columbia. After crossing the Yukon border, the moose are considered to be Alaska Yukon Moose, however many of the moose found in this hunting district carry Yukon Moose genes but are geographically considered for Canadian Moose, meaning this area harbours some of the largest Canadian moose found anywhere.
Some district have large numbers of moose, but are largely forested, which makes finding and hunting them very difficult. This beautiful district is largely open, which makes it possible to scout over large areas.
Hunting from horseback also makes it possible to cover more than one district. Our hunters can expect to see plenty of animal life, and to quickly fulfil their hunting dreams.
This hunting area can also offer fantastic hunting for mountain goat, in a remote area with a good and healthy mountain goat population, which can also deliver some strong trophies.
Last, but not least, our hunters can experience staying in a hunting camp with an infrastructure unlike any other camp in a remote part of Canada.
The district’s 3 base camps can offer spacious heated cabins, good bathroom facilities, separate cabins for guides and hunters, and even Wi-Fi. Our hunters can enjoy a good breakfast every morning and a filling homemade dinner in the evening after a hard day’s hunting. Even the districts more remote spike camps have cabins heated with wood burning stoves, or large heated wall tents and bathroom facilities.
Book flights to Whitehorse in Yukon: you should plan your trip to ensure you arrive here the day before you will take a charter flight out to the hunting district. We would be happy to book hotels for our guests here, allowing them to spend the night in Whitehorse and ensure that all their baggage and weapons have arrived safely. On the morning of your planned charter flight, you will have to...Read more
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...Read more
Colin & Alisha Niemeyer will be your hosts, and we are proud to be able to bid you welcome at Kawdy Outfitters! Colin grew up in British Columbia and began to help out outfitters as a teenager. At the age of 18, he began working as a hunting guide at Stone Sheep hunts. As a young entrepreneur Colin bought his first hunting district at the age of 23, while he was still at...Read more
Scientific Name: Rangifer tarandus Subspecies: A total of 10 different subspecies have been described for the northern hemisphere, but only the three most important subspecies are mentioned below. 1. North American Caribou (Rangifer t. caribou): Alaska and Canada from the border to Alaska to Newfoundland. 2. Alaskan Caribou (Rangifer t. granti): Alaska. 3. Greenland Reindeer (Rangifer t....Read more
Scientific Name: Ovis dalli Subspecies: Dall Sheep (Ovis d. dalli): Alaska, Yukon and northern B.C. Stone Sheep (Ovis d. stonei): Southern Yukon and northern B.C. Habitat: Alpine pasture above the treeline up to 2.500 m. Description: Middle-sized wild sheep weighing around 120 kg and measuring up to1,05 m. over the shoulder, reaching a total body length of 1,55 m. The coat is almost pure white...Read more
Scientific Name: Alces alces Subspecies: Alces a. gigas: Alaska (USA), West-Yukon, northern British Columbia ( Canada). Alces a. americana: Central Ontario, Newfoundland (Canada), Maine (USA). Alces a. shirasi: Southern parts of Alberta (Canada), Idaho, Wyoming and Montana (USA). Habitat: Open, tundra-like regions in the north, woodland with marshes and lakes further south. Description:...Read more
Scientific Name: Oreamnos americanus Subspecies: Four subspecies have been described, but due to the uncertainty of their individual status, we do not include them here. Distribution: Alaska, from Cook Inlet to the border with Yukon, southwestwards to Mackenzie, southwards to western Montana (USA). Has been introduced on the Kodiak Islands (Alaska) and in the Olympic National Park near Seattle...Read more
Scientific Name: Canis lupus Subspecies: Circumpolar in the northern hemisphere. Worldwide there used to be 6 subspecies, three of which lived in North America, one, however, has become extinct, which leaves us two: 1. Eastern Timberwolf (Canis l. lycaon): Forests in the northern part of the USA and in central Canada. 2. Tundra Wolf (Canis l. tundarum): Tundra and Taiga regions of North America...Read more
Extra trophy fees on a moose hunt USD:
Mt Goat 8,200
The price show for this tour is for guidance only as fluctuations in the exchange rate may need to be taken into account. The actual price of the tour will be agreed later.