Download: Timberline Elk Hunting Brochure
All non-resident hunters must first apply for a hunting license through a draw system. Our knowledgeable staff will assist you by personally handling your applications for each species you are interested in applying for.
Guided hunts can be booked as 2×1 (2 hunters per 1 guide), or 1×1 for an extra fee. Groups of 2-6 hunters can apply as a party. Day hunts may originate from the lodge or we may choose to travel to another trail head. Depending on the season you choose to hunt, the hunts are either horseback, on foot, or occasionally by vehicle (weather dependent). The prices below are all inclusive. This means you will only need to bring your personal items.
Typical group size during any given week of hunting is approximately 4-8 hunters. This allows us the ability to offer you a very PRIVATE hunt. Call us to arrange an exclusive booking for just your group and you will have the entire place to yourselves.
The deadline for non-resident license applications is generally January 31st for Elk, and May 31st for Deer and Antelope. Please call for availability PRIOR to applying for the licenses! We may have a few openings AFTER the draw is conducted for those hunters who have already successfully applied for a license in our area.
Guided hunts DO NOT INCLUDE the cost of your resident/non-resident license.
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Elk Area GENERAL (92, 84,86,87)
Deer Area Region H (142, 153, 154, 157)
Moose Area 24-25
Antelope Area 88-89