Stone sheep hunts are available in northern British Columbia, and northward into the southern Yukon Territory. They can vary in coloration dramatically, based on their range. Usually the sheep found in the traditional areas of British Columbia and the southern Yukon have unmistakable characteristics that distinguish them as Stone sheep.
A Fannin sheep is usually significantly lighter, but is technically still considered a Stone sheep.Their habitat is generally a little steeper and more rugged than traditional Dall sheep habitat areas. Other than that, they live in quite similar areas.
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It is very important that you talk with our consultants so we can help you find the right sheep hunt to fit your needs. Sheep hunting can be extremely physical, but we have a few outfitters who have very unique areas where you can hunt almost exclusively from horseback. This means that if you are older, have bad knees, or maybe aren’t in hardcore backpack sheep hunting shape, these outfitter can still get you on great rams.
*if you don’t see a hunt here that interests you, be sure to contact us so we can help you find one.
Sheep Hunters are Romantics, who love high places and solitude. To them the wild ram embodies the mystery and magic of the mountains, the rocky canyons, the snowy peaks, the fragrant alpine meadows, the gray slide rock, the icy dancing rills fed by snowbank and glacier, the sweet clean air of the high places, and the sense of being alone on the top of the world with the eagles, the marmots, and the wild sheep themselves. The sheep hunter is willing to climb until his lungs are bursting, to walk until his legs are dead and weary, to grow hungry and thirsty for great rewards. There is no half way.”
~Jack O’Connor | English Professor, Sheep Hunter
Sheep Hunting Videos
These are a collection of hunting videos from our clients, pro-staff, and the guides and outfitters that we work with.