PRICE $9,895

Wolf and Coyote Hunt in Alberta

The ultimate hunting adventure! If you have a burning desire to hunt wolf and coyote, then this tour is the perfect choice! Our partner here has a wealth of experience, and he knows his hunting district completely


  • Our partner has a wealth of experience, very professional and totally engaged in the hunt - He will give you the ultimate hunting experience
  • Large population of coyotes and wolves
  • Gigantic hunting district
  • The district consists of mixed forest, clearings, farmland and pasture
  • One of the most unique North American trophies

7 days from $9,895

Our partner, WM Outfitting, located in Canada near the town of La Crete in Alberta, where they also has their extensive hunting areas. Here, we offer hunting for the elusive wolf and coyote from November to February. Our partner has many years of experience in hunting North American wildlife species, and their success rate has been consistently high over the past years.

Taking down a North American wolf is a significant challenge and requires patience for it to be successful. They come in various colors and sizes and can weigh up to 175 pounds. A wolf over 120 pounds is considered quite large.

The hunting takes place from isolated hunting towers equipped with a small stove to keep warm in these extreme temperatures, which can drop as low as -25 degrees Celsius (-13 degrees Fahrenheit).

The wolves are shot at bait sites strategically placed in the area, where leftover meat from local butchers is regularly placed to lure these very elusive wolves out of the vast forests. Wolves possess an extraordinary sense of hearing and smell, making them an even more unique hunting trophy. The bait site is typically positioned 200 to 300 meters away from the hunting tower to prevent the wolves from detecting your presence.

It requires a lot of patience and mental strength to sit in a hunting tower for 6 days, from sunrise to sunset, but if you're willing to dedicate the necessary time and remain attentive, your chances of getting a shot at a wolf are very good. This hunt is not for everyone, and hunters should be mentally prepared to invest the hours it takes to shoot a wolf.

Sometimes, a wolf is shot on the first day, while other times it might be on the last day, so it's crucial to be ready and prepared at all times.

The recommended caliber for wolf hunting, as advised by our partner, is the .270 Winchester Magnum. However, anything from .243 and above works well, as long as a cartridge with sufficient knockdown power is selected. Wolves are resilient creatures with a unique will to survive, so any wolf that is hit incorrectly or with a small caliber is difficult to locate.

Our wolf and coyote hunts take place in northern Alberta. The wolf and coyote population here is abundant, and the hunting is based from camps situated around this vast hunting area.

Accommodation is provided in cabins with a kitchen, dining area, and living room. Each hunter has access to their own room with a comfortable bed. There are three showers, a TV, WiFi, refrigerator, coffee machine, fireplace, and all the amenities expected in a hunting lodge.

The hunting area is diverse, mainly consisting of mixed forests, clearings, and agricultural regions.

Hunting period

The winter months: January- February.

WM Outfitting ensures you a successful hunt, professionalism, dedication, and a hunting experience you won't soon forget!

The price includes

  • 7-day stay with full board (all meals included)
  • 6 days of hunting
  • Hunting license and wilderness fees
  • Includes 1 wolf
  • Coyotes
  • Field preparation of trophies
  • All transportation during the hunt

The price does not include

  • Flight, Copenhagen - Edmonton - High Level round trip.
  • Car for personal transportation to the hunting area
  • Fuel for rental car
  • Any accommodations before and after the hunt
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Packing and transportation of trophies back home
  • Taxidermy work
  • Gratuities
  • eTA application CAD $7
  • Possibly rifle rental
  • Travel and cancellation insurance
  • EU liability insurance USD 10.00
  • Any additional trophy fees beyond what is included
  • Averything else not listed under "price includes"

Extra trophy costs
Second wolf: USD 1,000, followed by free harvesting of the third, fourth, and fifth wolves.

Exchange Rate

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.


Joakim Pedersen

Telephone: (+45) 63 21 10 26

Sten Sjögren

Telephone: 070-830 53 43

Erik Pedersen Brinkmann

Telephone: (+45) 63 21 43 17

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