Located in the East Kootenay’s in southeastern British Columbia our territory includes the stunning Purcell Wilderness Conservancy Park. Your hunt will start in our base camp located on Findlay Creek. From there we will ride or walk to one of several cabins located strategically in the Purcell Mountains allowing excellent hunting options for all species.

Getting Here

You will fly into Canadian Rockies International Airport in Cranbrook and depending on your arrival time we will personally pick you up or you will spend the night at a recommended hotel in Cranbrook and we will pick you up in the morning.  Another option is to drive directly into our base camp.

Whether you drive to base camp or we personally pick you up at the Cranbrook airport, a hot homemade meal will be waiting for you upon your arrival at base camp.  The following morning, after a hot shower and a hearty breakfast the horses are packed and you are off to one of our remote cabins that are strategically placed in the Purcell Mountains.  

Base Camp

Our base camp is situated beside Findlay Creek and offers beautiful mountain views. 

Remote Camps

We also have 3 other remote hunting cabins on our territory within half a day to a day walk or ride from base camp.

What's Included

Our hunts are all inclusive of meals, accommodations and guide service from when you arrive in camp. Field transportation while hunting is included, as is field dressing and transporting harvested animals back to camp. 


Not included are taxidermy expenses, pre and post hunt travel/meals.

What To Bring

Hunters hunting from base camp can bring as much gear as they want. Horseback hunts are limited to one waterproof duffle, plus rifle and day pack. Extra gear will remain at base camp. Be sure that outer layers (jackets and pants) make minimal noise and make sure your boots are well broken in. Mountain weather is very unpredictable, so layers are recommended.

  • Gore-Tex / waterproof mountain boots
  • Gore -Tex / waterproof gloves
  • Camp shoes
  • Rain gear
  • Wool socks
  • Toque / ball cap
  • Long underwear
  • Warm jacket
  • Light jacket
  • 2 pair hunting pants
  • T shirts / long sleeve shirts / fleece or wool pullover
  • Towel / face cloth
  • Personal toiletries inc. Tylenol/Aleve & personal medications
  • 20F sleeping bag
  • Day pack
  • Water bottle
  • Head lamps and/or flashlight
  • Knife / Leatherman
  • Binoculars / spotting scope (optional)
  • Waterproof matches
  • Bug spray / sunscreen
  • Lip balm
  • Sunglasses
  • Small first aid kit w/
  • Band-Aids
  • Camera / charger
  • Book
  • Empty pillowcase
  • Gun & Ammo – please read firearms section below.

Firearms Declaration for Non Residents at US/Canada Border

All non Canadian Residents (ie US Citizens and Residents) are required to print out and complete the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) 5589 Non-Resident Firearms Declaration Form before arrival at the US/Canadian Border. The form must be presented to the Canada Border Services Agency (or to a customs officer) upon entry into Canada.

Please read the information on the form and complete it before you leave home, as there are certain restrictions about barrel length and what firearms can and cannot be brought into Canada.