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Remote Rocky Mountain hunt areas provide trophy Mountain Goat opportunities. In the northern reaches of the planet, there are vast woodlands and soaring mountains. British Columbia has some of the most amazing landscapes on planet Earth. With the Rocky Mountains towering over all and forests as far as the eye can, divided only by roaring rivers and ravines, it’s easy to see why so many people are eager to visit British Columbia every year. One particularly exciting way to experience British Columbia is on a British Columbia mountain goat hunt. Combo hunts available if more iconic species would like to be added. Option for a non-hunter. Wolves may be shot if seen with no trophy fee.
- Species: Rocky Mountain Goat
- Average Classification: 9 - 10
- Shot Opportunity: 90
- Weapons: Rifle, Muzzleloader
- Hunt Catalog #: RB11896-06
- Tag Availability: Over The Counter
B&C record book potential (10.5")
Firearm must be .24 caliber or greater with at least an 18.5″ barrel.
Hunter should be comfortable to up to 400 yards for best shot opportunity.
August 25, 2020 - October 15, 2023
- Price: $20,000.00
All taxes, licenses, and fees not included in the hunt price. Will be added at check out. Charter flight not included in the hunt price.
Option for a non-hunter. Required charter fee.
Fort Sain John, British Columbia, Canada
Hunts booked int 2020 can be transferred to 2021 if the boarder does not open. Deposits are non-refundable.
Mountain goats spend most of its days on sheer rock faces and rock outcroppings, so you'll need to be in good physical shape for this hunt. Remote Rocky Mountain hunt areas provide opportunities at trophy class Billies. This is a 10 day fully guided 1:1 hunt. Hunter should expect to spend up to 8 hours a day in the saddle. Heavy hiking to make a stalk on big billy. Options to add many iconic British Columbia species to this hunt for a trophy fee. Base camp has hot showers and all the amenities of home. Wall tents will be used to set up spike camp when goats are found.
HuntX Scale (Low 1 - 5 High)
- Lodging & Accommodations: Cabin/Lodge?
Lodging & Accommodations Scale
5 - Cabin/Lodge
4 - Bunk House/Trailer
3 - Wall Tent
2 - Backpack Tent
1 - Client Provided/Hotel
Our Horseback hunts are based out of one of two cabin sites, from there you may ride to one or more spike camp location situated through the mountain valleys. In some cases you may ride to a cabin, It is important to be able to get dry and warm, this is a hunt but it is also a vacation.
- Menu & Food: Field Kitchen?
Menu & Food Scale
5 - 5 Star Catered
4 - Full Kitchen
3 - Field Kitchen
2 - Backpack Food
1 - Client Provided
Meals prepared in camp. If you spike out after a spotted animal you can expect to use backpack amenities. Fresh food served. Homestyle cooking-meat and potatoes.
- Physical Conditions: Heavy Hiking?
Physical Conditions Scale:
5 - All Vehicle Access
4 - Light Hiking
3 - Moderate Hiking
2 - Heavy Hiking
1 - Extreme Back Country
This is a physically demanding hunt! Outfitter utilizes horses and it is best to take time to ride some horses before coming on this hunt. The more prepared you are physically and mentally, the more enjoyable your experience will be and the better odds you will have. Don't be afraid to contact us to discuss what you can expect.
Transportation (To/From Basecamp)
Charter plane is required to reach base camp. The cost for this is $1800. Book your flight to Fort Saint John, in Alberta. From here transportation is provided to and from our hunting camps in British Columbia. Please arrive before noon the day before the hunt start date. This allows for ample time to settle in and check rifles before the hunt begins. Hunter should be prepared to spend the night in a hotel before and after the hunt. Transportation to the air strip will be provided by the outfitter to fly into camp.
- Lodging & Accommodations
- Menu & Food
- Physical Conditions
Hunter must be prepared to spend 10 days in the wilderness in wall tent spike camps or in backcountry cabins. Weather can change drastically in the remote wilderness so layering systems are a must. Hunter should be prepared to spend up to 8 hours a day in the saddle as you are pursing big game. Expect to spend many hours glassing and planning stalks to get close to your target species. Full gear list to be provided when booked.
What Outfitter Provides
- Horses, Tack & Saddle
What to Bring
- Firearm with at least 40 rounds of ammunition
- Hard gun case
- Sleeping bag
- Personal First Aid Case (optional)
- Personal Hygienic Gear
- Hunting knives
- Binoculars & Rangefinder
- Moderate weather hunting gear-layering system recommended
- Hunting hat and gloves
- Rain gear
- Mid-size day pack
- In-reach communication device
- What Outfitter Provides
- What to Bring