Having had the privilege of guiding for some of the top outfits in the Canadian north over the past 15 plus years, I can honestly say I wouldn't have traded it for anything. If you are looking for honest Outfitters who consistently produce quality hunts for moose, caribou, sheep and grizzly, give me a shout and I will gladly get you pointed in the right direction.
I have guided for both the Alaska/Yukon and Canadian sub-species of moose over the years and there are many types of hunts available ranging from helicopter drop hunts to lake hunts, as well as the classic horseback trips. Prime season dates run from middle of September well into October with prices anywhere from $9,000 U.S. up to $15,000 U.S.
Mountain Caribou are only found in the mountains of Northern B.C., Parts of the Yukon and the Mckenzie Mountains of the N.W.T. They typically carry the heaviest of the caribou antlers with exceptional top points being their prized attribute. These caribou are mainly hunted by horseback, but some lake hunt and backpack opportunities do exist. Season dates run anywhere from the middle of August until October 1st with prices in the $4,000 to $7,000 U.S. range.
The Thin Horn Sheep are a true symbol of Canada's northern mountains. Widely considered as the "Holy Grail" of North American hunting, Dall & Stone rams are typically hunted by backpack and horseback, with some unique helicopter drop hunts also available for the Dall species. Season dates traditionally run from the middle of July until the middle of September. Prices range from $15,000 U.S. to $30,000 U.S.