Yukon Stone Sheep Hunt

The Yukon Territory is a unique wilderness landscape with striking natural phenomena. It is comprised of a land rich with wild rivers, crystal clear lakes, rolling tundra, vast forests and dramatic mountain vistas that are home to a diverse amount of wildlife species. The Yukon Territory is located between the Canadian Province of British Columbia and the Arctic Ocean encompassing nearly 187,000 miles of some of the most pristine wilderness left in North America.

This is the home of the majestic stone sheep. With and estimated population of nearly 3,000 animals and increasing annually, stone sheep are in good supply and the number of trophy rams offers outstanding opportunity for the most discriminating sportsman.

This stone sheep hunt begins when you arrive in Whitehorse Yukon, where you will be greeted by a representative of our outfitter. After a good night’s rest in Whitehorse and a hearty breakfast, you will board the Super Cub and head for sheep camp. Yukon stone sheep camp is normally based from a comfortable cabin nestled in the middle of the sheep range and you can expect to spike out from there while hunting your ram.

Stone sheep ram in this exclusive concession are very dark and average 38 inches in over all horn length while only harvesting mature rams with at least one horn tip extending above the bridge of the nose.

Your host for this stone sheep hunt has been entertaining hunters in the Yukon for many years and has a highly competent staff that will take to the best places in the concession to harvest that trophy of a lifetime. This is a 12 to 14-day horseback hunt but be prepared to do some walking as your will be in elevations from 4,500 to 7,000 feet during your hunt. If you are looking for one of the most sought after trophies in the world, then the Yukon Territory has a big stone sheep ram waiting for you.