Stone Sheep Hunting in BC. British Columbia is a province rich in wildlife and hunting history. BC has quality habitat for wildlife in which to thrive. This helps produce quality big game populations throughout the province. Our goal is to provide every hunter with an unforgettable and successful experience. Whether success is measured from a harvest of a mature specimen or an adventure leaving you with lifelong memories and new friends, you can rest assured that our hunting guides will tailor a hunt to your specific and individual needs.
The world’s hunting fraternity has known that BC was home to some of the world’s most magnificent big game populations. From mountain-tops to valley bottoms, rivers and lakes to grasslands and lush forests. Our guides are licensed with the exclusive rights to guide non-resident big game hunters in their our territory. We have immense knowledge of the wildlife populations where we guide.
The country we hunt is beautiful, very hunt able, with many different species of game. Our stone sheep hunts are classic, extreme mountain adventures. They can be comfortable or demanding, depending on the hunter’s preference. Mountain hunts and alpine hunts can be more or less demanding as desired. Our stone sheep hunts are high-adventure hunts that require hunters to be in medium to good shape.
Stone Sheep Hunting in BC
Found primarily in Northern British Columbia, Stone Sheep hunts are high mountain extreme terrain hunting opportunities. As you drive in from the airport watch for them licking minerals along the side of the Alaska Highway.
Color variations have a wide range, from slate grey-brown with a white rump patch, or dark tail and white on the inside of the hind legs, to an almost completely white/grey-white coat with a dark or black dorsal surface on the tail. Horns are curved in form and vary in color from a yellowish-brown to dark brown horns.
Stone sheep are a dark brown northern mountain sheep. Primarily you find Stone sheep sparsely distributed in the southern Yukon and northern British Columbia and Alberta.