A New subspecies of snow sheep in Russia, Kharaulakh Snow Sheep, is officially acknowledged by GSCO. After years of scientific researches and several highly successful trial hunts, we are happy to announce the official launch of bookings for 2023 hunting season.
How to get there:
You will fly to Moscow where you are met by our crew, and then you will fly to Yakutsk. We will do everything possible to expedite the customs procedure. In Yakutsk you will stay overnight and take a local flight to Tiksi the following morning. In Tiksi you will be met by our partner and transported to the hunting camp.
From August 1st to September 15th.
Bulunsky district, Republic of Yakutia, Russia. Kharaulakhsky mountain range hunting area of 997.76 thousand hectares locates in the northern part of Yakutia. Elevation varies within 2000 – 5000 ft.
Snow Sheep hunting:
Hunting is done on foot. Spike camps are used if rams are found far from the base camp. The terrain is not very complicated, but it challenges a hunter nevertheless.
Tented camps. They are usually equipped with stoves and portable cots. The camps are put in mountain valleys at 3,000 feet above sea level. Every camp has a cook. You will find a good Russian cuisine and a quality service.
– in August during the day: 510 F, at night: 390 F,
– in September during the day: 390 F, at night: 260 F
Russia has a vast opportunity for hunting different species of snow sheep.