Dall sheep hunts are certainly one of the most physically demanding found anywhere in the world, but the rewards far exceed the rigors. These hunts are extremely remote. Drink water right from the streams and experience the humbling isolation of some truly “wild” country. In my opinion, the Brooks Range is the most beautiful of Alaska’s mountain ranges and is the “Last Frontier of the Last Frontier”. Super Cubs are used to access the deepest canyons where rams are typically found in bachelor groups and hunted on foot. Spike camps are utilized with 5-20 miles of walking per day. Hunts are personalized to hunter’s physical capabilities. Average ram is 36 inches and success is over 90%. Caribou and grizzly can be added for trophy fees.