Elk hunts take place during 1st through 4th rifle seasons. The elk hunts are five full days plus arrival and departure dates.

The 1st and 4th rifle seasons are draw hunts for elk. If you would like to apply for a draw hunt, applications must be submitted to Colorado Parks and Wildlife by the first of April of the current 1st and 4th rifle seasons. Contact us and our hunt manager will gladly assist you in completing the draw application. All cow elk tags are draw only.

Bull elk tags are available over the counter 2nd and 3rd rifle seasons.

Elk rifle hunts are a fully guided 5-day hunt. Our accommodations include a cook, meals, guide, and cabin lodging. Dinner will be provided on the day of arrival and breakfast on the day of departure. In the first season, which is elk only, the bulls will still be bugling which helps us zero in on them. In the second season, we also hear some bugling as cows come into estrus again, setting off the bulls. When hunting these bulls, we spot and stalk, and occasionally drive in particular areas.

This is an exciting time of the year for elk hunting in Colorado. We hope you’ll join us! Call us for assistance in planning your hunt:

Rifle Elk Hunt:

5 days – 2 hunters 1 guide ratio
$5,600 Bull Elk – Per Hunter
$2,500 Cow Elk – Per Hunter

2023 Dates – Seasons

1st season – Oct. 14-18, 2023
2nd season – Oct. 28-Nov. 5, 2023
3rd season – Nov. 11-17, 2023
4th season – Nov. 22-26, 2023

Rifle Elk/Mule Deer Combo Hunts:

5 days – 2 hunters 1 guide ratio
$8,000.00 Per Hunter

2023 Dates – Seasons

2nd season – Oct. 28-Nov. 5, 2023
3rd season – Nov. 11-17, 2023

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**All prices exclude license fees.**

Hunting Tips & Things to Know ~ To All Hunters

Please remember that a person born on or any time after January 1st, 1949 must have completed an approved Hunter Safety course. This course must be state-sanctioned and finished before being able to purchase any hunting license in Colorado. You must present an original hunter safety card to buy a license unless the State of Colorado has previously verified you. Hunters must carry this card with their license; this is very important as many non-residents bring a state hunting license from another state to prove they had hunted before and had sufficient experience. You can have all the experience in the world, but without your hunter safety card, you will not be able to buy a license. It’s a terrible disappointment to watch your friends hunt while you play solitaire at camp. Please remember to bring your Hunter Safety Card!

Book your hunt today by calling:
Mule Deer Hunts
Elk Hunts