Emerald Valley–Western Alaska Range Hunts

If any part of Alaska was created as a home for a multitude of wildlife species, it is the western Alaska Range.  The Alaska that we envision as majestic glacier capped mountains (Denali–The Great One); timber clad valleys, tranquil and silent, that lead out to the seemingly never-ending tundra covered foothills.  This is the heartland of Alaska.  Home of the largest moose on earth, vast herds of caribou, bands of Dall’s sheep, grizzly, black bear, wolf and wolverine.

This part of Alaska has been our home every fall since 1983.  We have helped to make the dreams of many sportsmen become reality from this camp, know only as Emerald Valley.  Again, if experience has taught us anything about being proper stewards of wildlife and clients alike, it has taught us that fewer clients and longer multiple species hunts make the best combination.

Access to Emerald Valley is via bush plane from McGrath, Alaska.  McGrath is located on the Kuskokwim River about 200 miles west of Anchorage in the heart of Interior Alaska.

Our camp here is intentionally kept and maintained with the aesthetics of “days gone by.” Permanent wall tents with wood floors and sidewalls, wood heaters, comfortable beds, and a shower facility.  Food is country or family style and there is lots of it.  Several less permanent but still comfortable outlying camps are accessed via ATV’s.  These ATV’s also serve us well as meat, trophy, and supply transportation and access to hunting grounds.

Hunting here is conducted “safari” style.  During September when all seven species of big game are in season, you may very well see all of them on several of your hunting days.  I hope you can become one of the many friends we have made from this wonderful place.

 

 

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