Upon booking a drop camp or pack trip, we send a detailed packet of information including a recommended packing list, weight limit on gear, maps of your camp. We are happy to answer any detailed questions you have as well.
We ask that our drop camp hunters rent or bring a satellite device (phone or texting device) to be able to communicate to our wrangler and also be equipment for communication in the event of an emergency.
We have several drop camps located in the Weminuche Wilderness. They range from 9,000 - 11,000 ft in elevation. If you are coming from lower elevations, we recommend you come a day or more in advance to let your body acclimate to the altitude. Hydrating is an important key to helping your body adjust. You can also talk to your doctor in advance to your trip if they recommend anything for you.
We do offer a discount for anyone in active military duty. Please ask for details.
Most of our drop camps accommodate 4-6 hunters comfortably. You are also able to bring non hunters as well if they are waiting to experience hunting camp, and maybe do some cooking for you!
We hunt in Colorado GMU 77.
Archery season licenses are on the draw with the State of Colorado. 1st & 4th rifle seasons are on the draw and you will need to apply with the State of Colorado for a license. 2nd & 3rd Rifle seasons, you can purchase licenses over the counter.
Each season for deer hunting, a license must be draw with the State of Colorado.
Our headquarters are in Pagosa Springs and the closest town to the trailheads we depart from. The airport in Durango, CO is roughly an hour west of Pagosa Springs. Albuquerque, NM airport is roughly 3.5 hours and Denver airport is 6 hours to Pagosa Springs. Pagosa is home to Stevens Field Airport that accommodates non-commercial aircrafts.
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