Colorado Mountain Goat

Colorado Mountain Goat Hunts

A Colorado Mountain Goat Hunt is spectacular! Getting up early and climbing up to and above timberline to glass your Mountain goat. This is a hunt that you should apply for, as the scenery for this hunt will be breathtaking! I cannot say enough about this hunt. You will not be disappointed. Our guides are the best when it comes to knowing where the goats live. We are permitted in units G-1, G-2, G-3, G-13, and G-14.

Typical days during the hunt consist of getting up 2 hours before sunrise, eating a light breakfast with coffee, then heading out to a morning hunt. We will bring out our spotting scope, and hopefully will spot your trophy! We will provide lunch to take and eat on the trail, or head back to camp depending on how far we have traveled that morning. The animals are usually less active during the middle of the day, so a nap is always an option. We hunt the evening, which is when the animals are on the move towards their feeding areas. After the evening hunt, we will head back to camp, and enjoy a great dinner around the fire. Morning comes fast, so we like to make sure our hunters are well rested for the next day.

If your ready to join RMOOC on a Colorado Mountain Goat Hunt, read more below on how to get started!

MT GOAT SEASON

TBD

MOUNTAIN GOAT
Guided Hunts

$4950

per hunt

(Five full days of hunting)
Included with the hunt

  • 1 on 1 guided
  • All meals and food
  • Camp and transportation during the hunt
  • (Cost of license not included)

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Mountain Goat Season Dates

Below are our Mountain Goat Hunting season dates. Check with us for details on booking your next Colorado hunting adventure.

  • Archery Goat– Sept 3 – Oct 6
  • Rifle Goat – G3
    • Sept 3 – Oct 6
  • Rifle Goat – G13

    • Sept 3 – Oct 20
    • Sept. 21–Oct. 6

Plan a Mountain Goat Hunt

While planning your Colorado Mountain Goat Hunt can be difficult at times, packing for an adventure should not have to be. Here at RMOOC we have created a few checklists to help ensure our clients are well prepared.

  • Hunter safety needed for any hunter born after 1949
  • Warm and cold weather gear
  • Rain gear
  • Headlamp and extra batteries
  • Day pack with camelback
  • Range Finder
  • Good optics
  • Sleeping bag
  • Waterproof hunting boots

Testimonials

“My experience with Rocky Mountain Outfitters of Colorado has shown me that Kevin and Marc are men of high character.  They have proven to me that they excel in providing a great hunting experience.” – Eric

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