Hunting Packages

Guided Hunts

  • All inclusive 6 night/5 day hunt 2 hunters per 1 guide $3,750 1 specie

  • Fully Guided Wilderness Tent Camp (5 Day Hunt) (Minimum 2 Bookings Per Camp) $3,750/ Hunter – Based on Availability of Guides & Cook, Please Call Tammy (785) 543-7279 To Check Availability

* additional charges/fees apply for a second specie combination hunt

To Reserve Your Hunt… After making your initial deposit you will receive your Contract to initial and sign and Conditions Form to fill out. Those documents will be sent to you as (DOCUSIGN) by email or text. 
 Please review, sign and submit all documents within 7 days of receipt.
Final balance due must be submitted by July 30th of your hunt year.
If you have any questions or need help in the booking process,  please call Tammy (785) 543-7279

NON-GUIDED HUNT

  • Semi-guided – all inclusive 6 night/5 day hunt $2,500/hunter
  • (DIY) Drop camp – all inclusive 7 night/6 day hunt $3,200/hunter
  • 4-wheeler accessible or Horseback pack-in
To Reserve Your Hunt… After making your initial deposit you will receive your Contract to initial and sign and Conditions Form to fill out. Those documents will be sent to you as (DOCUSIGN) by email or text. 
 Please review, sign and submit all documents within 7 days of receipt.
Final balance due must be submitted by July 30th of your hunt year.
If you have any questions or need help in the booking process,  please call Tammy (785) 543-7279

WILDERNESS CAMPING & FISHING TRIPS

  • Wilderness Summer Tent Camp( OFF-PEAK May-September) 7 night/6 day $3,000 Initial booking includes 4 campers
  • Fishing trips – (May-September) – call for price
To Reserve Your Hunt… After making your initial deposit you will receive your Contract to initial and sign and Conditions Form to fill out. Those documents will be sent to you as (DOCUSIGN) by email or text. 
 Please review, sign and submit all documents within 7 days of receipt.
Final balance due must be submitted by July 30th of your hunt year.
If you have any questions or need help in the booking process,  please call Tammy (785) 543-7279

Photos From Our Recent Hunts

WHAT TO EXPECT:

To Reserve Your Hunt… After making your initial deposit you will receive your Contract to initial and sign and Conditions Form to fill out. Those documents will be sent to you as (DOCUSIGN) by email or text. 
 Please review, sign and submit all documents within 7 days of receipt.
Final balance due must be submitted by July 30th of your hunt year.
If you have any questions or need help in the booking process,  please call Tammy (785) 543-7279
Guided Hunts

Guided hunts are all inclusive and include 6 nights of lodging and meals with 5 days of hunting. Breakfast and dinner is a hot meal, and all lunch materials, snacks and bottle waters are provided to bring out into the field. Other beverages include  tea, coffee, soda and gatorade. Alcohol is welcome but not provided. 

Typically we will travel by vehicle to the trailhead and walk into your hunt area, however we occasionally use horses. For guided hunts, we hunt to your ability. If you are not able to walk an average of 3-5 miles, you will be placed to sit within an area with a 1/2 mile walk-in.

  • Guided hunts are 2 hunter per 1 guide. (unless otherwise agreed upon)
  • Clients are responsible for knowing the rules and regulations of their state laws for transportation of game.
  • Clients are responsible for arranging their own transportation to and from basecamp and transportation of game to home
  • Terrain can be rough so we suggest you google the area within a 5-10 mile radius and along forest service rd. 250 of jasper Colorado in units 80/81 before booking.
  • Clients are responsible to have all required licenses and tags for the species that you are hunting.
  • Draw application process
    • If you intend to apply for and are successful for a second species, you must notify us, additional charges and guide fees apply to hunt a second species. This is considered a combination hunt. Your contract will need to reflect that charge.
Semi-Guided Hunts

The (DIY) Semi-guided hunts are 6 night/5 day hunts  (when season allows). Meals are the same as guided hunts: breakfast and dinner is a hot meal, and all lunch materials, snacks and bottle waters are provided to bring out into the field. Other beverages include tea, coffee, soda and gatorade. Alcohol is welcome but not provided.

No guide or transportation is provided. We advise on areas to hunt and the client will take themselves out to hunt each day. Clients may choose to bring ATV/UTV for use in semi-guided or DIY 4 wheeler accessible drop camps. Most of our areas are accessible by SUV or 4 wheel drive vehicles to the trailheads, but an ATV/UTV can be useful on limited trails. If choosing to use ATV/UTV, a permit is required ($25.25) which can be acquired online.

Terrain can be rough so we suggest googling the area within 5-10 mile radius and along forest service road 250 of Jasper, CO in units 80-81 before booking.

  • Clients are responsible to have all required licenses and tags for the species that you are hunting.
  • Clients are responsible for knowing the rules and regulations of their state laws for transportation of game.
  • Clients are responsible for arranging their own transportation to and from basecamp and transportation of game to home

Quad maps can be purchased online or at the forest service office.

  • Non-guided hunt maps
    • Maps: (quad maps) of our area can be purchased online or at the forest service office. (diy) drop camps or semi-guided hunters may choose to purchase maps of these areas:
      Jasper, delnorte, summitville, summit peak, platoro, red mountain
(DIY) Horseback Drop Camps or 4-Wheeler Drop Camps

Provided in Basic Camp Set-up: wall or teepee style tent, cots, pads, table, chairs, 2 burner stove with propane supplied, lantern, pots, pans, dishes, dishpan, basic cookware, utensils, cooking and food prep utensils, water containers, latrene, shovel and axe. We will provide your initial 10 gal of drinking water and firewood.

  • Clients will need to provide your own water filtration system, sleeping bags, pillows, food, food storage containers, paper and plastic goods, coolers and anything not listed as provided in basic camp set-up. If you need special equipment that requires electricity such as: CPAP machine, etc… you will need to bring a portable generator and your own fuel.

  • No guide or transportation is provided. We advise on areas to hunt and the client will take themselves out to hunt each day. Clients may choose to bring ATV/UTV for use in semi-guided or DIY 4 wheeler accessible drop camps. Most of our areas are accessible by SUV or 4 wheel drive vehicles to the trailheads, but an ATV/UTV can be useful on limited trails. If choosing to use ATV/UTV, a permit is required ($25.25) which can be acquired online.

    • Clients are responsible to have all required licenses and tags for the species that you are hunting.
    • Clients are responsible for knowing the rules and regulations of their state laws for transportation of game.
    • Clients are responsible for arranging their own transportation to and from basecamp and transportation of game to home

    Quad maps can be purchased online or at the forest service office.

    • Non-guided hunt maps
      • Maps: (quad maps) of our area can be purchased online or at the forest service office. (diy) drop camps or semi-guided hunters may choose to purchase maps of these areas: Jasper, delnorte, summitville, summit peak, platoro, red mountain
Wilderness Summer Tent Camp

 (Off-Peak Season May~September weather pending) 7 night/6 day Wilderness Camp (Initial booking includes up to 4 people): Provided in Basic Camp Set-up: wall or teepee style tent, cots, pads, table, chairs, 2 burner stove with propane supplied, lantern, pots, pans, dishes, dishpan, basic cookware, utensils, cooking and food prep utensils, water containers, latrene, shovel and axe. We will provide your initial 10 gal of drinking water.

  • Clients will need to provide your own water filtration system, sleeping bags, pillows, food, food storage containers, paper and plastic goods, coolers and anything not listed as provided in basic camp set-up. If you need special equipment that requires electricity such as: CPAP machine, etc… you will need to bring a portable generator and your own fuel.

  • Camp will be set in an area near a trailhead accessible by 4-wheeler or vehicle for ease of access to and from camp. 

Check out the interesting mining history of the area and Jasper (town of Cornwall) online prior to your trip.

Enjoy sightseeing, hiking, photography of the beautiful scenery and wildlife, fishing, try some gold panning or just hang out at camp relaxing or make smores by the campfire. Make this trip a couples/friends or all guys or all girls getaway or enjoy as a family.


  • Extend a day per camp can be purchased depending on availability. Must be approved prior to booking online.

  • Additional Camper reservation over the Group of 4 can be purchased at an additional charge/camper.

  • You will arrive at our Jasper basecamp on your first scheduled camp day. Please arrive at Jasper basecamp by 9 a.m. unless other arrangements have been made. Directions and GPS coordinates to basecamp are on our website (Guest info page).

Please call for prior approval for extra camp days… Tammy (785) 543-7279

If you plan to fish or bring 4-wheelers or side by side to explore the area, you will need to purchase a fishing license or vehicle permit (25.25 each) at a sporting goods, Forest Service Office (west of Monte Vista on Hwy 160), Colorado Wildlife and Parks site online prior to your trip and prior to coming to camp. Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery if ordering online. Purchase your licenses prior to arrival to camp.

You will be camping in Unit 80 /81. Maps of the area may be purchased at the local Forest Service Office west of Monte Vista on Hwy 160.

Popular fishing areas are: Platoro reservoir, Kerr Lake, Lily Pond, Crater Lake, Upper Alamosa River and surrounding small streams.

Rules and Draw System Info

Clients are responsible for knowing all rules and regulations as well as those in regards to transporting game. Clients are also responsible for having all required licenses and tags for the species being hunted.

Draw tag application process is online via: https://cpw.state.co.us/learn/Pages/BigGameLicenseOptions.aspx

The application period beings in March, with the deadline being the first Tuesday in April. Draw result notifications will go out by email the first week of June.

~CHECK CURRENT OR FUTURE SEASON DATES DURING THE BOOKING PROCESS OR ONLINE: https://cpw.State.Co.Us 

Deer and Elk: Tags and Seasons are as follows:

Archery Camp Dates:
        Sept. 5th – 11th
        Sept. 13th – 19th
        Sept. 25th  – Oct. 1st

Muzzleloader | Draw Tag (minimum 4 points to draw)

1st Rifle Season: Oct. 11-17th | Draw Tag (Bull Only)

2nd Rifle Season: Oct. 25th – Oct. 31st | Over the Counter Tag

3rd Rifle Season: Nov. 8th – 14th | Over the Counter Tag

4th Rifle Season:  Nov. 19th – 25th | Draw Tag

Rifle Season for Moose Oct. 1-14th — call for specific hunt dates.

Bear season runs congruent with deer and elk seasons however, tags can be purchased as an “add on” through the draw.

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