Extreme Wilderness Hunting. Stone Sheep, Mountain Caribou, Mountain Goat, Black Bear & ‘Canadian’ Moose.
Our ~2000 square mile guide territory is in the far north of British Columbia, bordering on the Yukon Territory. It is one of the least accessible and undeveloped places in North America, and extremely difficult to get to. We access most of our hunting area by float plane, and then hunt with horses, boats, canoes and/or ATV’s. Our hunts can be extremely demanding.
Our ideal client is someone who is looking, first and foremost, for a genuine wilderness experience. These are real hunts, in real wilderness, and there is no ‘guarantee’ of anything – other than an adventure.
Some of the hunts we offer include:
1) Pre-rut mountain horseback Moose and/or Caribou: (Aug.24-Sept.02; Sept.02-11)
• Spot & Stalk. Demanding hunts, but probably the most ‘fun’. If you are tough enough. Difficult riding and difficult climbing.
2) Horseback Rut Hunts Moose: Sept. 15-24, Sept.24-Oct.03
• Fly-in or ride-in. Level of effort required varies significantly with the hunt you book.
3) Exploration Hunt: Every year do at least one hunt where push further back into untouched areas – places that nobody has been for decades, if not longer. We really have no idea what we will find.
4) Late Season Horseback Hunt: Moose: Oct.03-12 – Expect extremely cold and/or wet snow and lots of difficult riding. Fly-in, and ride out. So you must be able ride – there is no other way to get home.
Let Gunson Guiding & Outfitting. help you plan your next memorable experience.
Gunson Guiding & Outfitting.
Gunson Guiding & Outfitting is a small, family run company, that operates in a Guide Territory of ~2000 Square miles, on the British Columbia side of the BC-Yukon Border. The area includes the 'north slopes' of the Rocky Mountains, the Liard River & the 'Liard Plateau'. The Liard Plateau is an untouched mess of rivers, lakes, mountains and canyons - covered with burned over forests, swamps, and... essentially no way to get into it - not even a horse trail. Perfect moose habitat. Our Guide Territory has virtually no development - forestry, oil & gas development, or 'tourist' facilities / infrastructure - it is untouched wilderness. The parts of the area that we can get to are accessible by float plane, horseback, foot, or canoe. Most of it we just cant get to. We have 'rough' cabins on a handful of lakes, one horse trail into the southern portion of our area (North Slope of Rockies), and endless wilderness. If you would like to experience some of the last 'true wilderness' on the planet, give us a call.