Are you looking for that elk hunt of a lifetime? At Infinity Hunts, we specialize in helping you find the type of hunt and experience you want. Through our extensive research and boots-on-the-ground approach, we work with the best elk guides and outfitters in North America’s top areas. Throughout your entire adventure, we will be there for you – from choosing the perfect hunt with the right outfitter to personal support before, during, and after the hunt. So let us put our experience and proven outfitters to work for you on your elk hunting adventures!
For western big game hunting, elk and mule deer generate the most interest amongst hunters. And while most hunters think about Rocky Mountain elk when they think about elk hunting, there are three different species of elk you can hunt. Besides the Rocky Mountain elk, there are the Roosevelt elk and the Tule elk. You must pursue all three to get your elk slam or all North American 29 big game species. We specialize in putting our hunters on trophy hunts for all species of North American elk. We focus on areas and outfitters that produce trophy-class elk and constantly seek the best opportunities for our hunters.
Rocky Mountain elk have the widest distribution in North America and live in most western states and some western Canadian provinces. Chasing Rocky Mountain elk is what almost every hunter dreams about at one time or another. The methods and locations we hunt them are as varied as you can imagine, from physical high country hunts on horseback to much less physical ranch hunts at lower elevations. So, no matter your preferences, physical abilities, or trophy aspirations, we have a Rocky Mountain elk hunt for you. To learn more about our trophy-class Rocky Mountain elk hunts, click here.
Roosevelt elk live in southern British Columbia, Washington, and Oregon coastal areas, and there are some re-introduced herds in Alaska. They generally live in thick coastal rainforest habitats, making hunting for them quite challenging and rewarding. Smaller in antler size than Rocky Mountain elk – a record book Roosevelt elk will score 290 inches – they make up for that in body size and often can tip the scales at over 1000 pounds. To learn more about our trophy-class Roosevelt elk hunts, click here.
Tule elk are a must-have species if you are trying to harvest all 29 North American big game species. Found only in California, their name comes from the tule sedge, a type of native grass that lives in the freshwater marshes where they like to feed. Tule elk are the smallest North American elk in both antler and body size, and record book tule elk will score 285 inches. We work with the best outfitters on well-managed private ranches with guaranteed tags. To learn more about our trophy-class tule elk hunts, click here.