Travel to our hunting area is actually very easy, as regular jet service can bring you north. Due to the jet schedule, and the connecting flights, it will normally take two days to get to our base camp from most U.S. starting points. To get here, you will fly to Edmonton, Alberta, which is a major international airport, with many air carrier options. Normally, you will overnight there at one of the many convenient hotels near the airport, and then catch one of the two morning flights to Norman Wells, NWT. There are currently two carriers operating on the Edmonton- Norman Wells route, and these are Canadian North and FirstAir, both of which offer early morning flights north.
For most hunts, you will then overnight in Norman Wells at the Heritage Hotel, which is a newer establishment, and offers great service. First thing the following morning, you’ll board the pre-arranged bush charter flight we will have scheduled for you, which will bring you to the hunting area. From base camp, we will transport you within the hunting area in one of our company fixed-wing aircraft. We operate a fully licensed Commercial Air Taxi service, in order to best serve you.