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Muskox Winter Hunt "The Arctic Five" '20 / Greenland

Package price

$5,550 for 4 days,
1 hunter

About this hunt

This hunt is for adventure hunters who want to experince the arctic winter. The hunting bring us into the remote arctic winter wilderness. It is hunting in extreme conditions with temperatures from around 0 to - 40 C. It is an adventure in the world's “last frontier”. We will start hunting for Musk Ox, and we will hunt by ATV/snowmobile and on foot on a spot and stalk hunt. Depending on conditions, we use ATVs or snowmobile to bring us into the area, and after spotting the animal, we will start a stalk on foot. You will often be close to big arctic Musk Ox during the hunt. The last part of the hunt is exciting in ways that sometimes it tests the hunter’s nerve system! We are hunting under extreme arctic winter conditions; therefore your physical health has to be good. We will be able to take the vehicle to the dead animal to pick up meat and trophy. After approaching a lonely bull or a family group, there will normally be an opportunity to find support for the rifle on rocks or small hills when you are shooting. After a succesful Muskox hunting, we start hunting Caribou, polar fox, polar hare and ptarmigan. If you succeed with all of the five species you have shot what we call ''The Arctic Five''! To be mentioned: the Polar Fox can’t be exported due to rabies risk and the Caribou is not a big trophy at this time of year – but still ''The Arctic Five'' is ''The Arctic Five''! Program: Day 1: - Arrival to Kangerlussuaq - Outfitter receives you at airport. - Quick switch of clothes. - Transport to hunting camp. - Musk ox hunt. - Overnight stay at hunting camp. Day 2-3: - Spot and stalk musk ox hunt. - Hunt for caribou, polar fox, polar hare and Ptarmigan. - Overnight stay at hunting camp. Day 4: - Hunt in the morning. - Return to Kangerlussuaq. - Overnight accommodation at hotel. Day 5: - Departure from Kangerlussuaq. Available spots 2020: 13-17 March (3 hunters) 19-23 March (3 hunters) 26-30 March (3 hunters)

Guided (Extreme trip)
Rifle hunting Stalking Bow hunting

Trip available on 1 March 2020 - 30 April 2020


Success rate

near 100%

Where you will hunt

Territory

The range around Kangerlussuaq has the largest herds of Musk ox in the world, and a large stock of Caribou. Polar fox, Polar hare, Ptarmigan, Sea eagle, Peregrine falcon can often be seen. We drive to the hunting camp by crossing the frozen fjord by ATV or snowmobile. The distance of driving from the town is app. 45 km and then you will find yourself in the middle of the wilderness. You will then be in a safari camp that will work as center in some of your life’s greatest experiences.


Fence type: Not fenced

Territory size: 100 000 ha

Languages spoken by staff: English

Operating since: 2000 year


Entertainment services

Fishing

Where you will stay

Hunting Camp

The hunting camp is simple but well equipped with a heated tent near the deep frozen Robinson River with a remarkable view over the terrain. In the camp, we have three tents with field beds and field kitchen. The camp is simple but functional, we have a generator, but because we have to carry fuel in backpack it is only for emergency, so make sure that all batteries are full before going. Only the kitchen tent will be headed morning and evening! The Food: Breakfast: Bread with butter, cheese, jam and oats. Lunch: Rye bread with sliced meat. Dinner: Freeze-dried meals or meals made out of the animal we shoot. Beverages is coffee, tea, juice and water. You are welcome to take alcoholic beverages with you.

Facilities: Electricity

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How to get there

Navigation guidelines

There are daily (in March and April only four days in the week) direct flights from Copenhagen to Kangerlussuaq. IMPORTANT: All arrival and departure dates must be agreed in advance. We will meet you at the airport and drive to the camp.

Nearest airport: Kangerlussuaq

Distance from airport: 45 km

Transfer from airport: Yes

Transfer from railway: No

Other information

Gun rental: Yes

Vaccination required: No

Additional services

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Terms

Price Includes

  • Transport on territory
  • Transfer from/to airport
  • Guiding by PH
  • Field trophy preparation
  • Trophies
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Tea/Coffee
  • 1:2 guiding
  • Musk ox license.
  • Caribou license.
  • Full accommodation.
  • Small game hunting on polar fox, polar hare and ptarmigan.
  • Practical trophy handling.

Terms of Payment

  • Deposit: 30% based on trip price
  • Deposit deadline: 15 days after booking
  • Final payment: 30 days before hunt

Cancellation

  • Deposit is non-refundable.

Price DOES NOT include

  • Bowhunting is possible with extra cost $2350.00
  • Extra musk ox or caribou license (must be booked in advance): 950 euro.
  • Export papers, trophy packing and turn in for shipping and veterinary documentation: For each trophy 200 euro.
  • Shipping of trophies
  • Tips
  • Rifle rental: 135 euro.
  • Single room Hotel Kangerlussuaq: 160 euro
  • Air ticket Copenhagen – Kangerlussuaq t/r: App.: 750 euro
  • Rental of sleeping bag: 100 Eur
  • From 2019 Government trophy fee 270 euro per trophy

Wounding

  • Wounded animal is considered as harvested.

Price Includes

  • Transport on territory
  • Transfer from/to airport
  • Guiding by PH
  • Field trophy preparation
  • Trophies
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Tea/Coffee
  • 1:2 guiding
  • Musk ox license.
  • Caribou license.
  • Full accommodation.
  • Small game hunting on polar fox, polar hare and ptarmigan.
  • Practical trophy handling.

Price DOES NOT include

  • Bowhunting is possible with extra cost $2350.00
  • Extra musk ox or caribou license (must be booked in advance): 950 euro.
  • Export papers, trophy packing and turn in for shipping and veterinary documentation: For each trophy 200 euro.
  • Shipping of trophies
  • Tips
  • Rifle rental: 135 euro.
  • Single room Hotel Kangerlussuaq: 160 euro
  • Air ticket Copenhagen – Kangerlussuaq t/r: App.: 750 euro
  • Rental of sleeping bag: 100 Eur
  • From 2019 Government trophy fee 270 euro per trophy

Terms of Payment

  • Deposit: 30% based on trip price
  • Deposit deadline: 15 days after booking
  • Final payment: 30 days before hunt

Cancellation

  • Deposit is non-refundable.

Wounding

  • Wounded animal is considered as harvested.

Reviews (2)

United States 9.7 of 10
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An Amazing Hunt Above the Arctic Circle

This is a real adventure hunt. You will be travelling down frozen fjords, river, lakes, and the rocky overland terrain of western Greenland. Old muskox bulls are abundant as the locals selectively harvest only the cows and calves for meat. Caribou are numerous as well but you will not see any large bulls at this time if year (3x3 or spikes were typical). The small game hunt was exciting and very challenging, we saw a good number foxes including both white and black versions right outside of camp. Camp itself was comfortable and food was satisfying. I would recommend taking a caribou each day for fresh meat in camp as they are very delicous and Thomas does an excellent preparation.

This is nothing against the hunt itself, but travel to Kangerlussuaq can be a bit complicated especially in winter when flights are less frequent. It can also be expensive if you have to spend a few extra days in Kangerlussuaq - make sure you stop in the duty free shop to load up before leaving the main terminal.

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Canada 5.3 of 10
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Be cautious

Nice muskox and nice country.

We stopped and looked at Raindeer and small game but didn’t hunt them because outfitter wanted to hunt muskox first. I saw rain deer behind camp the first day but he wouldn’t let me hunt them. Never did get a rain deer and only one of the small game.

Overpriced

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