Getting Here

Located near Cranbrook and Kimberley B.C., our hunting territories are conveniently located. Kimberley and Cranbrook are located 80 miles north of the Idaho border, in Southeastern B.C.. We have 3 main lodges accessed via 4×4, from which we access our hunting areas and other spike camps. Hunters usually arrive in one of three ways:

  1. You can fly directly into nearby Cranbrook airport (20 minutes from Kimberley) from Vancouver, B. C., and Calgary, Alberta. We will pick you up at the airport and then drive you to one of the main lodges in our territory (1-1.5 hours drive via bush road). We will then drop you off at Cranbrook airport at the end of your hunt. Delta Airlines flies direct from Salt Lake City and Allegiant airlines from Kalispell (Glacier National Park airport)
  2. You can fly into Spokane, Washington (3 hours drive), Kalispell, Montana (2 hours drive) and then rent a car and drive into Kimberley. We will then pick you up and drive you to one of the main lodges in the territory (1-1.5 hours drive via bush road). We will drop you off at your car at the end of your hunt. We can also arrange for shuttle service from Kalispell or Spokane. A local transportation company charges the following amounts for round-trip shuttle service:
Round trip from: Cost*
Kalispell, Montana $500 (USD)
Spokane, Washington $600 (USD)

3. You can drive – Many clients like the convenience of driving directly to our hunting area. For detailed driving directions use Google or Yahoo Maps and put in the destination as “Cranbrook, British Columbia”. Here is the driving distance and time from a few major cities:

City Distance to Kimberley B.C. (miles) Driving time to Kimberley, B.C. (hours)
Kalispell, Montana 135 2-3
Spokane, Washington 207 4
Calgary, Alberta 242 5
Seattle, Washington 485 9
Boise, Idaho 630 10
Salt Lake City, Utah 790 12
Reno, Nevada 990 18
Denver, Colorado 1100