The Northwest Territories are a sport-hunter’s Shangri La, served by a network of seasoned outfitters and blessed with robust, sustainable populations of some of the most prized trophy species on Earth.

A range of hunting experiences are available. In the Mackenzie mountains, Dall's sheep, alpine caribou and huge moose wander the highlands. In the Arctic, polar bears and muskoxen beckon. And in the boreal forests and Barrenlands, hunters pursue bison, grizzlies, black bears, wolves, wolverine and more.  


Our Stories

Intriguing tales from Canada's Northwest Territories

Discovering the rich culture of the Dene First Nations.

East of Great Slave is a regal, lonesome realm – the treeless zone of the Barrens.

Talking to Swedish wildman who built a fishing paradise on Great Slave Lake.

Why September and October are the North's coolest season.

Why horseback hunts in the Mackenzie Mountains are the experience of a lifetime.