As you rest, cozy and warm in your wall tent with your wood stove burning, the early morning 3:30 a.m. wake up call arrives. Once your eyes are wide open, you’ll join fellow hunters in the cook tent for a hearty breakfast.
Then, it’s time to saddle up and start your ride into a place hunters can only dream of being surrounded by. Hearing the clanking of hooves and rushing of water, all while under a blanket of stars. Anticipation stirs for what the day may bring. As your boots land and you pat your trusty horse in appreciation of its hard work. The shivers begin to slowly disappear feeling the warm rays of a cold 10,000-foot sunrise.
The elk bugles echo, flowing through the mountains like the life’s blood of the Rockies.
As the peaks light up, the woods come alive. The elk bugles echo, flowing through the mountains like the life’s blood of the Rockies. Mule deer & elk flock to the meadows, and the hunt is on.
The day is spent chasing Wyoming’s finest big game animals. Once darkness starts to set in, the ride back to camp is spent reflecting on the days adventure. Dinner awaits you, as well as an entire camp full of great stories from fellow hunters.
The elk bugles echo, flowing through the mountains like the life’s blood of the Rockies. Mule deer & elk flock to the meadows, and the hunt is on.
All licenses are on a lottery basis in Wyoming. This means that some of the hunters booked may not draw a license. Therefore, hunters booking late will be placed on a standby basis, if desired. After the draw, those on standby who pull a license will be placed on a first come, first serve basis. Additionally, if you were not successful on your initial license draw, we will assist you to apply for leftover licenses providing they are available from Fish and Game Commission. Non-residents cannot apply for leftover deer or elk licenses until August 1st.