Northern Brooks Range Trophy Caribou Hunts

An Alaskan Caribou Hunt Of a Lifetime on the North Slope of Alaska


Hunt Description

Every year, multiple trophy, record book Caribou Bulls are harvested. The cost of your hunt includes: (1) Bull Caribou, Wolf After August 10th, Wolverine after August 20th, Grizzly Bear (Alaska residence only or next of kin when the season is open) for no additional fee. We will fly you to a location of your choosing, where the caribou are located or are traveling through. If necessary, we will move you to a different location (weather and schedule dependent) if needed during your hunt. There are no hidden fees! If a client chooses to harvest an additional Caribou, and weather and time permits, there will be an additional $1000 fee.

The cost of your hunt includes the flight to and from the drop off hunting location and transport of your meat and horns. Again, there are no hidden fees!

The fly-in Alaska hunting trip you have dreamed of is simply a phone call away. Call us today for available dates, pricing and details to book your trip.

Hunters Success Rate

Arrowhead Outfitters LLC’s Caribou hunters on the Northern side of the Brooks Range enjoyed 93% to 97% success rates over the past 5 years!



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Hunt:            Self-Guided Caribou
Location:     Northern Brooks Range/North Slope
Duration:    7-10 Days/Hunters Choice. No additional charge for added days.
Dates:           Aug, 1 – 31
Price:           $3,495.00 (per hunter)

2022 PRICING $3995.00 (Per Person)

Camp Equipment Rental Available


CARIBOU HUNTS: Tags unlimited and over-the-counter. Self-guided and available to non resident and resident hunters.  Please see Alaska Regulations for further explanation.


Our fly-out Caribou hunts are conducted from our base camp, located at MP 366.5 of the Dalton Highway (approx. 445 miles North of Fairbanks and 50 miles South of Prudhoe Bay). The drive is stunning and the road is very well maintained.

Hunters flying in from other states generally fly commercially to Fairbanks. They then rent a vehicle, satellite phone, purchase their food, supplies, licenses and lastly drive to our base camp. There are no stores to purchase food and supplies after you leave Fairbanks, so you need to get everything needed before you depart. Although, fuel can be purchased in Cold Foot, which is a small community and truck stop at MP 175/Dalton Highway. It is also a great place to get an excellent hot meal before you journey on. If you don’t want to make the straight ten hour drive from Fairbanks to our camp, we recommend staying in Wiseman, Alaska; a short 14 miles north of Cold Foot, along Dalton Highway. Wiseman is a very quaint and picturesque mining and trapping community, situated along the Koyukuk River. The town has two excellent Bed and Bed and Breakfast’s. These include the Boreal Lodge and the Arctic Getaway. Be sure and make your reservations well in advance of your trip if you wish to stay there.

Boreal Lodge

Arctic Getaway

We ask our hunters to be at our camp and ready to fly-out by 8:00 AM the day of their scheduled flight. Hunters must advise us if they will be arriving later. Many allow extra time and arrive at our camp the night before their fly-out date. The day of your hunt, all hunters take part in a 30 minute orientation. During which, we check your license documentation, go over communications, transport of game meat, leave no trace camping and other important information. Before you depart camp, you must make sure you have your field gear including: food, supplies, hunting and camp equipment. All must be organized and packed according to Arrowhead Outfitters LLC’s size and weight limits. Each person’s belongings will be weighed to verify they are within their allowed (per person) weight limit of 70 lbs.

When it’s time to depart for your hunt, you will drive your vehicle one mile north of our camp to Desiree’ Lake. From here, you will depart and return after your hunt. After you leave, our crew will drive your vehicle back to our base camp, where it will remain “safe and secure” until your return. If you need to re-fuel for the trip back to Fairbanks, you must drive 50 miles north of camp to Prudhoe Bay. Here, there are also hotels, hot showers and food service.



For information on current fees and license information please refer to the Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game.

Black Bear are not a harvestable option during the Northern Brooks Range Caribou Season. You must be an Alaska resident or hunt with next of kin to hunt Grizzly Bear without a guide. Please remember our hunts are self-guided and we do not offer guided hunts. We would be happy to recommend a reputable guided service.

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