British Columbia Mountain Lion Hunt
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Southern British Columbia has long been recognized as one of North America's premier cat hunting destinations. Big mature Toms in the area tip the scales at 150-190 pounds, with 14 to 15 inch skulls taken annually. This outfitter offers hunts for all three of the cat species found in British Columbia: Cougar, Lynx, and Bobcat. All of their winter hunts also offer the opportunity at wolves and coyote. This is an 8 day fully guided 2:1 hunt. Option to upgrade to a 1:1 hunt for an additional cost.


  • Species: Cougar
  • Average Classification: 150 - 190
  • Shot Opportunity: 90
  • Weapons: Rifle, Archery
  • Hunt Catalog #: RB19874-03
  • Tag Availability: Landowner Voucher
Classification details:

Mature Toms are targeted.


Lynx Trophy Fee

Option to add a lynx to the hunt. Hunter must purchase the license before the hunt.

  • Lynx Trophy Fee $3,500.00
  • Bobcat Trophy Fee

    Option to add a Bobcat to the hunt. License must be purchased before the hunt.

    • Bobcat Trophy Fee $2,500.00
    • Wolf Trophy Fee

      Option to add a wolf to the hunt. License must be purchased before the hunt. This hunt is opportunistic.

      • Wolf Trophy Fee $1,500.00
      • Additional Cougar (management lion)

        Option to add an additional cougar to the hunt. This will be a management lion and not another trophy lion.

        • Additional Cougar (management lion) $4,700.00
        • 1:1 Hunt Upgrade

          Option for a 1:1 hunt upgrade.

          • 1:1 Hunt Upgrade $1,800.00
          • Non-hunter

            Option for a non-hunter observer. Price is $250/day for 8 days.

            • Non-hunter $2,000.00

            • Available Dates

              December 15, 2022 - February 28, 2025


              • Member Price: $8,500.00
              • Non-Member Price: $9,350.00

              *FULL FOR 2023 *1 SPOT AVAILABLE FOR 2024: 1:1 ONLY JANUARY 15-22.

              Group Options

              Option for an additional mountain lion. Option for a lynx. Option for a bobcat. Option for a wolf. Option for a non-hunter. Option for a 1:1 hunt.


              Lillooet, British Columbia, Canada

              Refund Policy:

              Deposits are not refundable. When you make a deposit or payment that money is used to reserve your adventure dates and we cannot sell them to anyone else. If for some reason you have to cancel, you will lose your deposit and any payments you have made. If you are concerned that you might get sick or otherwise have to cancel, we suggest buying trip insurance. There are insurance companies that specialize in providing insurance policies for outfitter bookings and hunts. One such company we recommend is It is also our policy, depending on the adventure you booked and at our discretion, that if you have to cancel and we are able to book a replacement for you at the regular price we will work with you to apply your deposits to another adventure. Please note that we cannot refund or roll state or government license fees, application fees, draw results, or tags.


              This outfitter uses well trained dogs and experienced guides who know the area like the back of their hands. A combination of track driven snow machines and 4x4 vehicles are used to locate fresh tracks of the chosen species. Once the guides have located fresh tracks, the hounds are released are used in a hot pursuit. Depending on hunters ability and desire to in on this adventure, it is possible to either stay in camp or in the warm vehicle with another employee while the guides run logging roads to find fresh tracks. If hunter wishes to come along and see the country while searching for the animal, hunters are more than welcome to come along. Many hunters choose to relax when they can, knowing that once a track is found, the game is on and all their energy is needed in order to get to the treed animal. Trekking to your treed cat can be physically challenging, wading through deep snow or walking with snowshoes, something most people are not used to. Hunters need to come prepared for moments of down time interspersed with high energy chasing the cats along with the hounds. It is a thrilling adventure everyone needs to experience. Cougars in the area are numerous, as are their smaller brethren the bobcat and lynx. If a hunter desires to do so, two cougars may be harvested while on the hunt, for an additional trophy fee on the second animal. Two large males are not an option however. A hunter may only harvest one mature male. The second cougar must me a management Tom (young male) or a barren female without kittens. The smaller cats can be added onto the adventure for the cost of the hunting license, and once harvested, a trophy fee for each animal harvested is required. Bobcat and Lynx are challenging adversaries and will give the dos a run for their money, making both the dogs and guides think to get the job done. They are a beautiful addition to your cougar hunt. Both Bobcat and Lynx are best hunted before January 15th, before snow conditions become too deep for the dogs to keep up.

              HuntX Scale (Low 1 - 5 High)

              • Lodging & Accommodations: Cabin/Lodge

                Lodging & Accommodations Scale

                5 - Cabin/Lodge

                4 - Bunk House/Trailer

                3 - Wall Tent

                2 - Backpack Tent

                1 - Client Provided/Hotel

              Our basecamp is comfortably able to accommodate up to 4 hunters at a time. The guest cabins are fully insulated and contain air-tight wood burning stoves. Our main Cooking/Dining cabin has hot and cold running water, and full kitchen and bathroom facilities including an indoor toilet and shower with endless hot water on demand. The main cabin has electricity run off of a generator for charging phones and any other electronics a hunter may wish to bring on their adventure. Equipped with a satellite basecamp phone and Wi-Fi reaching out to all the cabins, this truly is a comfortable basecamp of operations to enjoy one’s hunting adventure.

              • Menu & Food: Full Kitchen

                Menu & Food Scale

                5 - 5 Star Catered

                4 - Full Kitchen

                3 - Field Kitchen

                2 - Backpack Food

                1 - Client Provided

              Hunter will not go hungry in this camp! Hot meals and homestyle cooking-meat and potatoes.

              • Physical Conditions: Heavy Hiking

                Physical Conditions Scale:

                5 - All Vehicle Access

                4 - Light Hiking

                3 - Moderate Hiking

                2 - Heavy Hiking

                1 - Extreme Back Country

              More information regarding physical conditions are available upon request from your Personal Concierge Adventure Advisor.

              Transportation (To/From Basecamp)

              The majority of these hunts are conducted from a comfortable basecamp located in the heart of the concession. From here, hunters can easily access Black Bear, Mule Deer, Cougar, and California Bighorn and be back for a night of comfort in the cabins. Camp is located in southern Alberta. During the spring and fall hunting seasons, traveling along the Sea To Sky Highway, or Highway 1 is the recommended travel route for their incredible scenery. For those traveling during the winter season, outfitter strongly recommend traveling the Trans Canada Hwy 1 route; as the Sea to Sky, Hwy 99 route winds its way through high elevation mountain passes, and can be treacherous. For those guests who prefer commercial air travel, Kelowna B.C. (YLW) is the closest airport. Outfitter will meet you upon your arrival for the 4.5 hour car ride to our hunting concession. Pickup and Drop-off from Kelowna is included in the price of the hunt. If hunter desires to be picked up and dropped off from Vancouver, please let the outfitter know well in advance, as arrangements need to be made. A fee of $400 will be added to the price of the hunt for pickup/drop-off to Vancouver. Both Air Canada and Westjet Airlines have regularly scheduled flights daily from Vancouver to Kelowna. This outfitter is located 2.5 hours from Kamloops, British Columbia, or roughly 4 hours from Vancouver.


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              Hunter will need to be prepared for heavy hiking once a lion is treed. Hunters can choose to stay in the cabin or truck while guides look for tracks or join. Cougars live in challenging country and deep snow may be present. Waterproof boots, gaiters, and a good layering system is recommended. Full gear list to be provided if requested when booked.

              What Outfitter Provides

              • Expert Guide Service
              • Experienced Hounds
              • Meals
              • Lodging
              • 4x4 Vehicles
              • Snow Machines

              What to Bring

              • Thermal Base Layers
              • Waterproof and Durable Hiking Boots
              • Gaiters
              • Rifle or Bow with plenty of ammunition
              • Cold Weather Hunting Clothing-Layering system recommended
              • Hunting Hat & Gloves

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