Special Hunt - Arctic Fox

Greenland

Package price

Package price

$2,828 for 3 days, 1 hunter,
with Arctic fox included
US$ 2,828 *
*This is an approximate price in the selected currency. Actual price of the trip is 2,500
This price includes:
Daily rate for 3 days
1 hunter
Arctic fox
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About this hunt

Arctic fox hunts can be arranged all year round. We do hunt arctic fox on our normal hunts, but these hunts are for the hunter with focus on this little smart fox. Its just about the same size as the snowhare. There are both white and brown Arctic fox, and both change to a thinner summer fur with more greyish colors, but are also very beautifull. If you want a completely single colour white or brown, then it's best to come from the start november until the end of april. Young foxes from the summer are full size in november, but can have slight grey hair in the fur. Ravens are part of the package, and are also available all year round. From August through early September Canada geese can also be hunted. Snowhare appear 1/8 through 30/4, ptarmigans from 1/9 through 30/4, and great northern singer and a few other birds from 1/9 to mid september. Before you arrive we will prepare the hunting spots with baits, and depending on time of year the hunting transport will be car/boat/snowmobile/walking. Arctic foxes are smart and easy to scare, so its almost not possible to sneak up on them, so the best hunt is vaiting in hiding for them at feeding places, and along the coastline where they patrol every morning and evening, and also in night during summer. We shoot them at around 100 meters with a cal.17 with bipod, and full metal jacket ammo, and we usually only get one chance pr fox. So it is recommended if you bring your own small rifle that you know and can hit precise with. If you can hit a 5 cm target at 100 meters, then its pefect. All hunts are arranged specially for each coming group, depending on the time of year, hunting method, lodging etc. On arrival day we depart to the hunting area, and start the hunt same evening, thereafter there are 3 full hunting days, we return to the town in the evening of the last day.

Guided (Regular trip)
Baiting Rifle Hunting Hunting From a Blind Shotgun Hunting

Hunting season: 1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2024

Where you will hunt

Territory

Fence type: Not fenced

Territory size: 350 000 acres

Languages spoken by staff: English


Structure by elevation

Plains: 30%

Hills: 40%

Mountains: 30%


Structure by landscape

Fields/Bush: 100%


Entertainment services

Fishing

Where you will stay

Camp

Our hunting camp is next to a big lake in the south side of the concession area, right where the best hunting in the area starts. The camp is smaller tents, since its not cold yet, and most cooking etc is done outside. There will be 1 guide per 2 hunters, and there will be some work with cutting meat, salting and drying meat, skinning and preservation of trophies, and different camp work. So it's necessary that everybody helps out so that the guides have time enough for everything. We bring normal food, breakfast products, bread and cold meats, and we eat the meat from the animals we shoot, with potatoes and rice etc. After the hunt you stay at Kangerlussuaq Youth Hostel as included in the price.

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Summer Camp

Our hunting camp is on the north side of the concession area next to a lake, in the middle of the best hunting terrain for both Caribou and Muskox. The camp has a big heated kitchen tent and smaller sleeping tents. In the kitchen tent there are tables and chairs, cooking facilities and all you need for a comfortable stay. Arctic char fishing is available. There will be 1 guide per 2 hunters, and there will be some work with cutting meat, salting and drying meat, skinning and preservation of trophies, and different camp work. So it's necessary that everybody helps out so that the guides have time enough for everything. We bring normal food, breakfast products, bread and cold meats, and we eat the meat from the animals we shoot, with potatoes and rice etc. After the hunt you stay at Kangerlussuaq Youth Hostel as included in the price.

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Winter Camp

Our camp is a large cabin out in the hunting area, older and primitive, but heated and comfortable. Winter sleeping bags are included. Transport from Kangerlussuaq to hunting camp is with with snowmobile and/or ATV. The catering is plain food, oatmeal with milk, bread and cold cuts, freeze-dried food for dinner if we are not near the camp, hot food in the evening where we mostly eat any meat from slaughtered animals, reindeer and musk steaks, tea and coffee. We can enjoy a whiskey or two in the evening, but not during the hunt and not large quantities. After the hunt you stay at Kangerlussuaq Youth Hostel as included in the price.

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How to get there

Navigation guidelines

When you fly here, then you travel to Copenhagen airport in Denmark, from there you fly with Air Greenland to Kangerlussuaq in Greenland, where we pick you up at the airport. It is possible to fly over Keflavik in Iceland to Nuuk and then Kangerlussuaq. But it can give some problems with delays and luggage, and the price is almost the same. So we do not recommend that route. Even thow is possible to fly direct over Copenhagen, its more safe to stay overnight in Copenhagen, and if you come from far away like the US, then 2 nights is better. Its up to you to get here on the correct date. You must bring your home country hunting permit and/or weapons permit.This is required by the hunting adminstration. When bringing your own hunting rifle you also need to bring the weapon papers for that rifle to show at check on with the Airlines. Check in with hunting rifle at AirGreenland takes about 30 min extra because of paperworks, and the weapon has to be handed over at a special counter. But this is not complicated to bring a hunting rifle.

Nearest airport: Kangerlussuaq Airport

Distance from airport: 80 km

Transfer from airport: Yes

Transfer from railway: No

Other information

Gun rental: Yes

Vaccination required: No

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Terms

Price Includes

  • Accommodation
  • Transport on territory
  • Transfer from/to airport
  • Guiding by PH
  • Field trophy preparation
  • Trophies
  • Hunting license
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Beverages/soft drinks

Terms of Payment

  • Deposit: 50% based on trip price
  • Deposit deadline: 7 days after booking
  • Final payment: 7 days Before hunt

Cancellation

  • Deposits are non-refundable but may be transferred to another party for the same year and dates only. If the outfitter cancels your hunt for any reason all funds paid will be refunded.
  • All hunters must sign our Assumption of risk agreement.

Price DOES NOT include

  • In july-sept the hunt can be combined/extended with trout fishing in lakes, and in winter with ice fishing for cod and fjordcod. Ask for possibility and price.
  • Rifle rent
  • Shipping of frozen trophy
  • Tips
  • Insurance
  • Alcoholic drinks

Wounding

  • In case of wounding the hunter has to pay the full fee. (The guide will take shot after the hunter so most of the trophies will be found)

Price Includes

  • Accommodation
  • Transport on territory
  • Transfer from/to airport
  • Guiding by PH
  • Field trophy preparation
  • Trophies
  • Hunting license
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Beverages/soft drinks

Price DOES NOT include

  • In july-sept the hunt can be combined/extended with trout fishing in lakes, and in winter with ice fishing for cod and fjordcod. Ask for possibility and price.
  • Rifle rent
  • Shipping of frozen trophy
  • Tips
  • Insurance
  • Alcoholic drinks

Terms of Payment

  • Deposit: 50% based on trip price
  • Deposit deadline: 7 days after booking
  • Final payment: 7 days Before hunt

Cancellation

  • Deposits are non-refundable but may be transferred to another party for the same year and dates only. If the outfitter cancels your hunt for any reason all funds paid will be refunded.
  • All hunters must sign our Assumption of risk agreement.

Wounding

  • In case of wounding the hunter has to pay the full fee. (The guide will take shot after the hunter so most of the trophies will be found)

Reviews (10)

Edwin United States 9.3 of 10
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Opinion of Greenland Trophy Hunting

The hunt was physically challenging for me. I liked all the hard walking. I am 71 yo and my guides helped me by carrying my pack when I got really tired. They did not complain. They were very professional. There were plenty of animals. The food in camp was really good. The scenery and the Northern lights were incredible The wild Musk Ox and Carib. meat was great. The guides really worked to get me a close shot, ensuring a successful hunt.

It was really cold at night. If I knew it was going to be so cold I would have bought some warmer clothes. The weather was unusually cold not really the fault of the outfitter. In early Sept. I was not expecting it to be 14 degree F

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JEFFERY United States 10.0 of 10
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Was a great hunting trip Everything and more than I thought. Eric has great guides and helpers. They put everything they had into getting everyone a great animal. Martin (guide) went out of his way to make sure everyone had the hunting experience they were looking for. Very hard hunt (physically) at this time of year.

Everyone at camp was a hunter and was willing to work very hard to get the game, and the experience.

The extra cost to take the game out of the wilderness.

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Client review United States 9.7 of 10
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Excellent hunting experience

Lots of big caribou. You should take a couple of days to find the right one. Don’t shoot the first one. Plenty of opportunities. Musk ox was more difficult to get but was able to get a good old bull the last day. Hunting area is great and cabin is warm and comfortable. True hunting experience. Guides are the highlight. Real good people who will work hard for you.

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Client review United States 10.0 of 10
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Great Adventure

My friend and I had a wonderful hunt! We tagged a caribou and two musk ox during day one. We know this rare and shouldn’t be expected during such a hunt but we made the best of the opportunity given! We saw many critters ( caribou, musk ox, hares, ptarmigan, and fox) and enjoyed hunting them with the entire team at Trophy Hunting Greenland. Erik was great to work with from day 1- quick to respond to emails etc. The accommodations were good and the guides very professional. For anyone looking to enjoy a great hunt, see beautiful country and enjoy a great camp experience, I’d highly recommend this hunting adventure!

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Durand United States 10.0 of 10

Excellent Experience

Erik and guides Martin and Steen were very hospitable and driven to ensure a successful hunt.

For the fall hunt you need to be in very good physical condition.

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Stanley United States 10.0 of 10

Great Hunt

The first thing to consider is that you are hunting in Greenland. It is going to be cold. The hunting cabin was actually better than the outfitter described. Although it had no water, because of freezing temperatures, it was warm and comfortable. Before the trip, you will be housed at a hostel, again it was very nice and extremely clean and comfortable. The food was not fancy, but was very good. The hunting was off of snow-machines, then stalking. We saw good quality bulls and were able to stalk into good positions. I harvested two nice bulls, then also had time to hunt ptarmigan, snow hares, and arctic fox. Also did a little ice fishing.Guides were very knowledgeable and worked hard to ensure a good trip. I was able to bring about 10 lbs of meat home; although, wasn't sure it would make it through customs. I also built in some extra time for touring in Copenhagen, good city. You don't much touring time in Greenland. Good trip, good value.

My flight was cancelled leaving Greenland to Copenhagen due to mechanical issues, but luckily I had time built in to my trip and made connections. Get trip insurance or allow a couple of days in Copenhagen

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Jerome United States 10.0 of 10

Great hunt in Greenland

The guide is very professional there was an abundance of game the guide went way above and beyond in addition to the muskox hunt he provided ptarmigan snow hair arctic fox and ice fishing at no additional Cost after successfully harvesting my muskox.

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Sean South Africa 10.0 of 10

Unique, once in a lifetime opportunity

I had the pleasure and privilege of hunting with Eric and his team in 2019. I was met with a friendly welcome at the airport by Eric himself and we made our way to his comfortable accommodation prior to the start of my hunt where we ate a delicious meal of Caribou steak and fries – a first for me! We went through my equipment together to ensure that I had packed correctly as per his recommendations whereupon Eric saw that my boots were not to the standard to ensure a comfortable and trouble-free hunt in the constant sub-zero temperatures. He very kindly lent me a proper pair of boots as well as a coverall to ensure that I was fully prepared for the cold. Setting out for camp on 3 snowmobiles, I was treated to a spectacularly scenic trip of about 45 minutes over frozen lakes and mountains. We stayed in a well-equipped cabin and went out every day hunting using the cabin as our base. The game is plentiful in his concession and we had daily sightings of Musk Ox, Caribou, Fox, Ptarmigan and snow Hare. Walking and stalking through thick snow in a monotone landscape is something that I am not used to, coming from the African bush. It is a very unique experience and definitely harder than I had anticipated. Walking through snow is another feat entirely and at times we would fall through the snow both up to my knees and at times up to my middle which was met with great laughter by all of us as you never knew who would be next. Whilst driving on the snow mobiles through the concession, we were constantly glassing and looking for Musk Ox that we would be able to access. We spotted a group of 6 bulls on day one, whereupon we stopped the vehicles and stalked the group who were on the opposite side of a blind rise until we managed to harvest a fantastic old Musk Ox bull as well as a meat bull for the Camp which we thoroughly enjoyed eating. Returning to camp with our quarry, I chose to assist with the skinning and butchering whilst Eric took the fresh backstraps from the Musk Ox to cook for supper. By the time we were done, dinner was ready and it was of the most delicious meat I have tasted. I never knew fresh meat could taste that good. Whilst eating dinner, I glanced out through the window and got my first glimpse of the Northern Lights which was just incredible. Day two set us up with a long walk and stalk onto a group of Musk Ox bulls once again where I managed to shoot a 25 year old bull – a once in a lifetime opportunity. We were also afforded the opportunity to hunt some Ptarmigan for the pot which was very unexpected and unique. On the morning of day 3, I had the unexpected addition of harvesting a snow fox close to camp after a short stalk of about 30m, after which we decided to go ice fishing but with little success. However on our return home I harvested a snow hare which was the absolute cherry on the cake for me. After traversing vast areas whilst hunting and seeing the accommodation that other people were staying in – I was extremely grateful to be staying in a warm cosy cabin and not just in a tent like some of the other places I had seen. On day 4, we moved to another area where we were based out of Eric’s B&B. This area afforded me the opportunity to hunt a lovely Caribou to supply the camp with meat for the next guests. This was truly a once in a lifetime opportunity and one that I will remember forever – not just for the trophies, but for the warmth of Eric’s hospitality and the unique landscape, food and company. I cannot recommend Eric and his operation more highly and would encourage anyone looking for a hunting experience like this to book with Eric for the experience of a lifetime.

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Witold Godlewski United States 10.0 of 10
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Excellent hunting experience

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Jimmy United States 10.0 of 10
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Excellent hunting experience

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