British Columbia Mountain Caribou Hunt 10669
In addition to being non-migratory, mountain caribou carry more mass in their antlers and are thicker than the caribou of the far northern Yukon and Northwest Territory. This area is home to some beautiful, trophy-class caribou. These are free range hunting adventures and guarantees cannot be made, but hunters have a great shot at a B&C class caribou.
In addition to caribou, this unique wilderness area in Northern British Columbia offers hunters a one-of-a-kind combo hunting experience. Five different species, all with B&C trophy potential are possible. Mountain goat, moose, stone sheep and grizzly can all be hunted in combination with mountain caribou.
Hunters have the opportunity to hunt early caribou still in velvet, or above timberline during the rut. Mountain Caribou hunts take place from cabins or tents, depending on the hunting situation.