Hunting



Brooks Range

The Brooks Range mountains has incredible hunting for caribou, grizzly, black bear and sheep.

Brooks Range is the northern most divide in North America. This high tundra and rolling hills offers an experience of the finest big game hunting.

Brooks Range Aviation is a "Big Game Transporter" Part 135 Air Taxi.

Our unguided hunts begin in August to mid September. Please note that these are unguided hunts.
If you prefer a guide, please visit our resource page for a recommended guide.
 

Before boarding one of our De Havilland Beavers or De Havilland Otter and heading for your drop off point, you will receive orientation on the area you will be hunting. Drop off points are ideally located in the major migration routes and caribou are routinely harvested within a short distance from camp. Your hunt can be customized for any particular hunting needs.

Alaska weather is unpredictable with temperatures varying from 20F to 60F or higher.
Hunters must be prepared with good rain gear and clothing. If your trip is delayed by weather, we will do all we can to assist your stay Bettles.

For the past 25 years our goal has been to give hunters a high quality and successful hunt.
We invite you to come and join us. You will be glad you did.

Jay and Judy Jespersen
Brooks Range Aviation

  • Brooks Range
    • Big Game Transporter
    • High Tundra
    • Guided or Unguided
    • Orientations Included
    • Best Dropoff Points