White Cloud Outfitters P.O. Box
Challis, Idaho 83226 (208) 879-4574
Fax (208) 879-5513
LICENSED EXPERIENCED BONDED
Member of Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association
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Idaho Controlled (by Drawing)
These limited entry hunts are available on a controlled
hunt basis. This means that you will need to submit your application into
a drawing held by the state of Idaho Dept. of Fish and Game. If you draw a
permit, then you will be able to hunt a bull elk during the month of
October. White Cloud Outfitters will assist you with the application
process, which take place annually during the month of May. Once you have
secured one of these coveted bull elk tags, you should start preparing for
this hunt-of-lifetime. The unmatched wildlife diversity and abundant
quality habitat of the White Clouds allows this hunt to truly qualify as a
trophy class hunt.
Three distinct 7-day are available during the month of
Two of these also offer an overlap with Mule Deer
All hunts provide horseback access into one of the
five remote spike camps located in the White Clouds. Lodging consists
of heated 14x16 wall tents with cots and foam pads. All meals are
served family style with plenty of variety provided by your camp cook.
All hunts are individually guided. No drop camps are
Camps are limited to 2 hunters at any time plus your
guide(s) and camp cook.
Contact us by phone if you have any specific questions
regarding this quality rifle hunt.
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Archery Elk (and Deer) hunts
The grandeur of The White Cloud Mountains sets the stage for
these high-country horseback archery elk hunts during September. With its
12,000-foot snow capped peaks, high alpine meadows and golden quaking aspen
stands alone in its beauty splendor. Mule Deer is optional during September
however; our prime emphasis is that of connecting with a mature branch
These 7-day horseback hunts take place from comfortable
spike camps consisting of 14x16 & 16x20 heated wall tents. Sleep
tents include bunks or cots with foam pads for a comfortable night’s
A separate cook tent completes your camp where you will
be served some of the finest home cooking you have ever dined on in a
Camps are accessible by horseback only with riding
distances varying from 1.5- 3.5 hours.
Horses are corralled every night to assure you an early
morning departure each morning.
Only guided hunts are offered with individual camps kept
ideally limited to 2 hunters at one time; no drop camps are available.
By limiting our hunter numbers in this manner, archers are provided the
very best chance for success.
If you have any specific questions, please inquire by
phone or E-mail.
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