Hunting in the Northern Rockies
With some of the most spectacular, pristine wilderness found anywhere, the Northern Rockies is designated the “Serengeti of the North” due to the intact predator-prey systems. This vast, rugged wilderness is virtually untouched and o ers a variety of animals to hunt, in numbers so plentiful you are almost guaranteed a desirable trophy.
For a complete list of operators that o er non-guided and guided hunting packages, click here or download our Travel Guide (See Adventures & Experiences section at the back). Also, resident hunters may arrange their own trips – please ask us for a copy of our Resident Hunter Package for more information.
There are various suppliers on the Alaska Highway and within Fort Nelson that will accommodate hunters with various adventure supplies including guns, ammunition, travel to remote locations, food, tents, clothing, licenses, tags, and meat cutting services.
Motorized access in the Muskwa-Kechika is restricted to specific designated routes called “Access Management Area (AMA routes). These are specially designated routes for 4×4’s, ATV’s and snowmobiles
that are also suitable for horseback riding. Each AMA route has different restrictions, where some will allow full-sized vehicles, others only allow vehicles under 500 kgs (ATV or snowmobile). Travel on these routes is also restricted to either within 10m or 400m (dependant on the trail) on each side of the route, for conservation purposes.