Hunting Trips Pricing

7 Day Hunt

Black Bear
    Interior* Black Bear $7,000
    ** Trophy Fee / Second Bear $3,500
    Black Bear / Southeast** $9,700
Glacier Bear
** Trophy Fee / Glacier Bear $14,000


10 Day Hunt

Coastal Brown Bear $23,000
Sheep $22,000
Sheep & Grizzly Combo $37,000
Goat $20,500
Interior Grizzly $21,000
Moose & Grizzly $36,000
Moose $20,500
Caribou $15,500


14 Day Hunt

Coastal Brown Bear $27,000
Sheep $26,000
Sheep & Grizzly Combo $39,500
Goat $24,500
Interior Grizzly $25,000
Moose & Grizzly $39,000
Moose $24,500


Booking Details
Primarily, we hunt for trophy Sheep, Moose, Grizzly, Brown and Black Bear, Glacier Bear, and Mountain Goat, (Wolf and Wolverine may be taken on some hunts). Considerable effort, planning, and expense go into the coordination of a successful, first-class hunt prior to the trip itself; therefore a non-refundable 50% deposit is required to confirm a booking reservation. The remaining 50% is due 30 days prior to the hunt.

A 50% deposit is required to confirm a booking reservation. Tentative reservations held without a full deposit are not guaranteed and are nonrefundable. All funds are payable in certified funds, cash, traveler’s checks, or money orders. Deposits are nonrefundable. The remaining 50% is due 30 days prior to the hunt. If a cancellation is made 90 days prior to the departure date, your deposit will be applied to a trip the following year.

You are welcome to take your meat with you. Meat that will fit with you and your gear on your outbound flight is included. If there are any extra flights for meat, you must pay for those flights in advance.

Flying in Alaska’s backcountry requires a great deal of skill, experience, and knowledge. Safety is our number one concern. We have picked our Air Services for both safety and experience. They do their best to ensure prompt service, but they cannot and will not fly in bad conditions, (heavy rain, fog, high winds, etc.). The weather is out of our control, we rely on the expert knowledge and experience of our pilots. Your gear must be limited to 45 lbs. If you and your gear cannot go in and out of camp in one load, you will be charged for extra flights.

Spring Black Bear for the Interior Hunt out of Fairbanks AlaskaTemp Days 60-70 F
Nights 40-50 F
Weight limit 50lbs Not Counting Rifle or Bow

Gear List Alaska Wilderness Enterprises

In preparing for your hunt your clothing is a huge part of your gear list.  This is what Alaska Wilderness Enterprises recommends.

  • Kuiu is a great line of clothing.
  • Azyer gear is a great product for women in the field.
  • This link has all the Sitka gear;
  • Sleeping Bag rated to 0° F and Sleeping Pad
  • Good Hunting Boots (Kenetrek)
  • Hip Waders or Wiggy (Lightweight Waders thigh-high) for all Fall Hunts
  • Hip Waders or Chest Waders for Yukon Flats Hunt/Yakutat
  • Rain Cover/Fly Cover for Backpack
  • Smart Wool Sock
  • Beanie for Head
  • Hunting Knife
  • Towel if you want one
  • Dry Bag if you want to bring one
  • Alaska is different for seasonal allergies; might consider bring something for sinus pressure issues
  • Everyday toiletries items; wipes, toothpaste, toothbrush, etc.

Base Layer (Big Game/Solids; Subalpine or Open Country)

  • Core Lightweight Crew Top
  • Core Lightweight Bottom
  • Core Heavy Weight Zip-T or Hoody
  • Core Silk Weight Boxer (3) or for Women Silk underwear (5) and Sports Bra (2)

Essential 2nd Layer (Big Game/Solids; Subalpine or Open Country)

  • Mountain Pant or Timberline Pant
  • Jetstream OR Kelvin Lite Vest (If you would like a vest)
  • Timberline OR Jetstream Jacket
  • Kelvin Lite Hoody
  • New Product out: Fanatic Hoody (it has a built-in hood, mask, finger mitts, and Kangaroo pouch


• Storm front Jacket and Pants


  • Merino Liner Glove
  • Mountain Wind Stopper Glove
  • Sitka Beanie
  • Sitka Core Lightweight balaclava and Storm front Gaiters for pants
  • Jetstream Wind Stopper Beanie
  • Mountain 2700 Backpack, or the 6200 Model or Most of the Clients get a Kifaru backpack (Make sure to get a rain cover for that backpack)

*Note: If your hunt is happening after September 1, consider the following:

  • Kelvin down Hoody vs. Kelvin Lite Hoody
  • Coldfront GTX Glove vs. Mountain Wind Stopper Glove
  • Cloudburst Jacket and Pants for rain gear

Yukon Flats Hunt (Spring Black or Grizzly Bear)

  • Bug Face Net
  • Bear Scent Cans
  • Theracells /Butane Replacements for them


  • Guiding 1×1 (unless otherwise specified)
  • Field care of game
  • Tents
  • Food
  • Cooking

Not Included

  • Hunting license
  • Fishing license
  • Tags
  • Meat Processing
  • Taxidermy
  • Rifle
  • Transportation to and from home to Fairbanks
  • Ammunition
  • Archery equipment
  • Sleeping bag & personal gear
  • Cost of shipping trophy and/or meat to destination
  • C.I.T.E.S. permits
  • Backpack
  • Cost of foreign shipments
  • Lodging before and after the hunt
  • Insect repellent
  • Transportation to and from camp

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