Alaska Dall Sheep Hunt

The Brooks Range stretches from west to east across northern Alaska and into Canada’s Yukon Territory ~ a distance of about 700 miles. This is a land of vast wilderness where thousands of square miles are still untouched by modern man.

Lying on the northern rim of the Brooks Range is the controversial yet unspoiled Arctic National Wildlife Refuge…the last great untouched wilderness on earth. This area stretches from the Continental Divide to the Arctic Ocean. This region boasts the only dall sheep population located this far north and is virtually unhunted even today.

Your host for this memorable Arctic experience is one of a few outfitters permitted to operate in the Arctic Wildlife Refuge and thus can offer some of the best dall sheep hunting to be found anywhere. The dall rams of the Brooks Range produce impressive wide flaring horns which often reach 40 inches in length. A very limited number of Arctic Refuge dall sheep hunts are offered by this outfitter each fall conducted from comfortable spike camps and cabins located in the heart of the hunt area.

This dall sheep hunt does require good physical conditioning with rewards of hunting in one of the most pristine areas left on earth and seeing a majestic dall ram hanging in your trophy room. Email or call for more information.