Wether roughing it in the Yukon or relaxing at the Elisi Spa in British Columbia, you will be given the very best accomodations possible for each and every hunt.

British Columbia (Sleeping Chief)

Stone Sheep, Elk, Moose, Mountain Goat, Grizzly, Caribou, Black Bear

Prophet Muskwa at Sleeping Chief has several lodging options. The main Camp sits on 1/2 section of deeded land on the edge of the Rockies and is home to the Elisi Spa & Wilderness Resort. This remote, 10,000 square foot, multi-activity lodge caters to the eco-tourist, adventure traveler, angler and hunting client. Enjoy the breath taking view and take in the hospitality of the Olmstead Family. The lodge includes all amenities found at a resort and enables you to enjoy true wilderness at its finest. Main camp will spoil you and your non-hunting guests with great cooking, a full spa-facility and excellent hunting.
"Head Camp" is located in the head water region of the Prophet River. Here, our cook serves hearty meals in a comfortable kitchen. Wranglers are on hand to care for the horses. The log cabins are dry and warm. They accommodate hunters comfortably and are equipped with wood heating stoves, sleeping bags and mattresses.

With 15 additional satellite camps fitted with cabins and friendly and knowledgeable crew you are assured that your hunt will be a great experience. Tent camps and back pack hunts are available if necessary to make your hunt and adventure more successful. With horses to make your days easier and your load lighter you truly can sit back and enjoy your self.

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Dall Sheep, Alaskan Moose , Grizzly Bear

Situated in Yukon hunting concessions 11 and 16, our outfitting areas cover over 8500 square miles of mountainous terrain. Lakes, streams, alpine meadows and glaciers provide an ideal setting for hunting and photography. The heart of the area is secluded - accessible by floatplane and horseback only.

Dall Sheep - one of North America's finest trophies - are plentiful in this land of alpine meadows and wide mountain basins. The rams in this area are noted for having heavy based horns and large growth periods between their annual rings. Over the years a number of rams from our area have Qualified for the Boone and Crockett record book.
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