A typical day in Alaska can range from, a sunny 75 degrees to a windy, cold, rainy or perhaps snowy 30 degrees. Evenings can drop below freezing. Be prepared with the proper gear, we suggest layers of clothes. Camp is warm and dry, so bring comfortable camp clothes, especially shoes to slip on after a long day on foot or in the saddle.
We provide a one on one client/guide hunt experience. An observer can be added at additional cost. Most hunts are off horseback, but ATV's and 4x4 vehicle are used when appropriate.
Age range, type of group
Camps consist of a warm, dry, wall tent set up. Clients have a private tent with a wood stove, plenty of space to dry gear and a comfortable bunk. A cook tent serves exceptional food and gives a nice atmosphere to relax and chat around the table at the end of a long day.
Sleeping and meals
Policies & Restrictions
Hunts Range in price from $3,500 to $15,000, depending on the species and length of hunt. We offer 7-day single species hunts and 10-day combos. A non-shooter may be added for $1000 on a 7-day and $1420 on a 10-day. Prices do not include lodging before or after you hunt, or State of Alaska hunting
licenses and tags.
Please contact: Castle Rock Outfitters, Brent Keith, registered guide
P.O. Box 88, Healy, Alaska 99743 (907) 683-1250 Fax (907) 683-4427 email b
Castle Rock Outfitters offers a fully guided alaskan hunt for dall sheep, grizzly bear, moose, caribou, black bear, wolf, wolverine,
We are offering a special on Spring Grizzly hunts for the 2001 season, $8,500 for a 10-day Adventure. The season runs April 15th to May 31. We've been averging over 8' bears. They range from dark brown to bleach blonde in color and make outstanding mounts.
On large groups wanting to hunt together please call for discount.