British Columbia Mountain Caribou Hunting for Mountain Caribou
Mountain Caribou Hunts with a Superb Outfitter in British Columbia.
British Columbia caribou hunting in the famous Toad River and Kechika River drainages of the Northern Rockies of British Columbia. This area has some of the best mountain caribou hunting in British Columbia, if not the world.
British Columbia caribou hunts can be a combo hunt with moose or mountain goat. The beauty of this area and the critters that live here just has to be experienced. The mountain caribou is a memorable feather in any hunter’s cap as it can be a physically demanding hunt and you will earn your critter. Because of the backcountry nature of this hunt you will need the right gear and the right mindset to enjoy your hunt.
We conduct this mountain caribou hunt when both the moose and the caribou bulls are in the rut. The caribou have their full capes with the big white manes, which make for a beautiful mount. We have enjoyed some very good success on this hunt, and this makes an excellent combination hunt.”
- British Columbia caribou hunting takes place from in late September.
- Glassing/spot-and-stalk. Guided 1-on-1 to increase your opportunity for success.
- Trophy quality is very good with high success rates.
- The weather for these hunts can be snow, rain or sometimes pleasant Indian summer.
Travel to British Columbia
This caribou hunting area is located on the the famous Toad River, Gataga River, and Kechika river drainages. The base camp is located 120 miles west of Fort Nelson at mile 419 Alaska Highway. Once you arrive at base camp, horses will be used for transportation.
On these British Columbia mountain caribou hunts you will stay in either cabins or wall tents with heaters.