Answering the Call of the Wild - Hunt the Yukon! Image

Answering the Call of the Wild - Hunt the Yukon!

Updated: June 30th 2017 @ 8:55am

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[photo courtesy of Tombstone Outfitters - Yukon]


Tucked between Alaska and Canada’s Northwest Territories, the Yukon is a world-class hunting destination for Moose, Dall Sheep, Grizzly Bear, Wolf, and Mountain Caribou. Spectacular mountain scenery, fish-filled rivers and lakes, wide, timbered valleys and incredible hunting makes this the perfect place for serious hunters seeking the adventure of a lifetime!

Mother Nature reigns supreme in this part of the world. You must be both prepared and determined to get the trophy of your life.

The westernmost and smallest of Canada's three federal territories, the Yukon is wild, mountainous, and sparsely populated. Whitehorse is the territorial capital and Yukon's only city. The Yukon is known for dog-sledding, hunting, canoe expeditions, hiking, salmon fishing, and other outdoor pursuits, as well as for the colourful northern lights sometimes seen in its nighttime sky. Kluane National Park and Reserve includes Mt. Logan, Canada’s highest peak, as well as glaciers, trails, and the Alsek River, renowned for rafting.




Yukon Moose are among the largest moose in the world and are abundant throughout the territory. These majestic animals often stand over 7 feet at the shoulder and weigh over 1800 pounds. It is not uncommon to see bulls with antler spreads over 65 inches. 

The Yukon also has an excellent population of Mountain Caribou. When the rut is underway, herds numbering over 50 are common. Average trophy bull Mountain Caribou score between 375” to 390” Boone and Crockett, with many bulls scoring over 400 Boone and Crockett.

The Mountain Grizzly is found abundantly throughout the Yukon and is, beyond a doubt, the most unpredictable hunting venture that you will undertake. A nice, big, male Grizzly may very well end up being your hardest won trophy.

For Yukon hunting regulations and requirements, visit these links:

Hunting Regulations - Yukon Government
Hunting Regulations Summary 2016-2017 

Find A Guide

We are proud to recommend these guides and outfitters in the Yukon Territory: 


Tombstone-Outfitters.jpgTombstone Outfitters specializes in Alaska/Yukon Moose, Dall Sheep, (Fannin) Sheep, Mountain Caribou, Barren Ground Caribou, Grizzly, Wolf & Wolverine hunts. Our exceptional hunting area includes 4,600 square miles of pristine wilderness, with many valleys and mountains yet to be explored. We are located northeast of Dawson City, Yukon, nestled in the Ogilvie Mountains. There is no better way to experience the adventure of Canada’s true north than that of a traditional horseback hunt in the Yukon. Tombstone Outfitters strives to make each and every hunt successful & enjoyable for you. 



Midnight-Sun-Outfitting.jpgMidnight Sun Outfitting is a first class hunting and wilderness tourism operation specializing in Dall sheep, Fannin sheep, Alaskan-Yukon moose, Mountain caribou and Barren Ground caribou hunts in the pristine Yukon Territory of Canada. We offer horseback, backpack, and riverboat trips depending on the preference of the hunter, species hunted, length of hunt, and physical capabilities. Hunts are customized to accommodate all levels of fitness and hunting experience. Log cabins and tents are used for accommodation, which are equipped with heaters and all necessary equipment to make comfortable in inclement weather.


Are you ready for the call of the wild? Yukon is ready for you!

Start planning your trip today.




Hunting Regulations - Yukon Government

Hunting Regulations Summary 2016-2017 

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