Colorado Hunting Trips
Come experience what is so special about Aspen Canyon Ranch during hunting season. The 2014 Colorado hunting season is just around the corner and we will providing guided archery and rifle hunts along with drop camps throughout the fall. Our hunts are based from camps strategically placed in the wilderness of the Arapaho National Forest and on private ranch land. Your guide will take you out of camp and you will be hunting the drainages and ridges all day long. We will help you cover lots of ground and work hard but the reward is well worth the effort. As licensed professional outfitters, we are committed to providing you with an exciting and pleasurable experience hunting the Colorado backcountry with a high percentage of success and opportunities for your trophy of a lifetime.
2014 Pricing Info at Aspen Canyon Ranch
Deluxe Guided Cabin Room Hunts on Private with access to Public Land.
Includes: Cabin Room on the Williams Fork River, Gourmet Meals at ACR Main Lodge with packed lunches, ATV use, Game Retrival, and all Aspen Canyon Ranch activities.
Archery: $5,500 ($2,750 Deposit)
Rifle/Muzzle: $5,500 ($2,750 Deposit)
Deluxe Cabin Room Hunts on Public Land
Includes: Cabin Room on River, Gourmet Meals at ACR Main Lodge and packed lunches, ATV use, Game Retrival, all Aspen Canyon Ranch activities.
Archery: $3,500 ($1,750 Deposit)
Rifle/Muzzle: $3,500 ($1,750 Deposit)
Guided Hunts on Private Ranch Land with access to Public Land
Archery: $4,500 ($2,250 Deposit)
Rifle/Muzzle: $4,500 ($2,500 Deposit)
Guided Hunts at Permitted Camps on Public Land
Archery: $3,750 ($1,875 Deposit)
Rifle/Muzzle: $3,750 ($1,875 Deposit)
Aspen Canyon Ranch Drop Camps (Unguided):
Private Land Drop Camp: $2,500 ($1,250 Deposit)
Public Land Drop Camp: $1,750 ($875 Deposit)
-All Rates are per person
-Does not include: License, Game Processing, Transportation to and from Aspen Canyon Ranch.
Call for information on specific hunt availability. 970-725-3600
In the fall this spectacular area turns golden brown and the changes in the seasons are truly exciting. The first snowfalls of the year blanket the expansive meadows and now open hillsides. Occasional bugles can still be heard. The elk begin to transition from the rut to pre-migration behaviors. The bulls and cows begin to separate and feed heartily. Multiple bulls can be seen feeding as they put their weight back on for the winter. The herd bulls that were so elusive during the rut now focus on feeding and become more easily hunted. Deer are also more active during this time. Large alpine bucks come down from the tundra as they begin to search for does. Some exceptional bucks well over 30″ can be taken during the rifle seasons.