We show hunters maps of specific hunt areas plus multiple special areas and elk wallows.
This is a great hunt for those that don't have the time for pre-scouting or have limited days to hunt.  
Making the most out of your opportunity to harvest a big game animal is what this hunt is all about. We
also explain tactics and tips to teach hunters how to hunt elk in our area. Not every elk hunt is text
book, you will learn more about elk hunting from elk than you will ever learn from a human. We provide
the best knowledge from 25+ years of outfitting we can to make your hunt a success. Our hunting areas
include approximately 176 square miles. You are not required to stay in our area in this particular hunt.
Hunting terrain can be steep and rugged starting at 9,500  - 11,000 ft. You will be able to hunt at your
leisure on your own schedule. All hunts are 5 days but additional days may be arranged based on
availability, please check those dates prior to booking.
Meals

Clients will need to bring groceries and snacks for their meals while hunting for the day.
Archery Cabin Specials
Hunter's Best Deal Going!!!
Basecamp Hunts In Tents and Cabins.
What we provide on the hunt:
Basic Cabins or Tents with Lantern and wood burning stove
access to Shower and Restroom Facilities

Bed or Cots, and Pillows
Access to Maps of Areas
GPS Coordinates and directions on our website
Cook station w/
dishes, cooking utensils, pots and pans and
grill for all your food preparation needs
Cabins or Tents

Cabin #1: 2 Person Group Max
Cabin #2: 3 Person Group Max
Cabin #3: 4 Person Group Max

Groups larger than 4 people may be provided with outfitter wall tents for sleeping quarters.

Hunters will have access to shower and restroom off of main cabin.
(Within 400 ft of each cabin)

Hunters Should Bring!

Sleeping Bags/ Towels/ Personal Hygiene Items/ Groceries and snacks/ Coolers for food storage and/or game pack out/ All plastic and
paper goods for meal prep and storage.
Hunting Gear including cold weather gear/ Medication if Needed/ Hunting Clothes and Backpacks.

Weather conditions can vary from hot and dry to cold and freezing rain within hours.
We suggest hunters bring rain gear and clothing to handle such situations.
No electricity in cabins but lanterns are provided. No cell or Internet service.
Satellite phone or GPS is recommended for navigation.
The main house is ran off of generator for lights and water.

Suggested for mobility:
Hunters should bring ATV's or Horses for back country transportation. Not required but can give you access into more remote area's
without having to travel on foot if you only have a vehicle for daily travels.

We can provide certified hay for horses for $30.00 for 6 Days of feed. We offer a seperate cabin special with corrals for horses. 1/2 mile
from the main house.
ATV's will need to have a current permit from the Department of Wildlife and Parks. Please purchase those prior to arrival at base camp.

Check in time: 2 p.m. or after on your arrival date (Day before your hunt begins)
$850.00 per Person
We are one of two Legal Outfitters in the Alamosa Canyon.
Legal to physically transport, take hunters into areas or guide hunters in the Alamosa Canyon
and surrounding Public Lands. It is a federal offense to hire someone that is not a Registered
Outfitter or does not have a permit on National Forest.