Hunting is the pursuit of an animal; the pursuit of a goal; and the memories gathered from the trials and triumphs of the pursuit.  Your pursuit began at your first dream of hunting in Alaska. From this moment forward your pursuit of the greatest experience in North American hunting will remain with you.  When all the journeys and struggles are over the memory of the pursuit remains.

Please take some time to click through the pages of the adventures we offer.   The links below will take you on a trip around Alaska to the regions we explore and the animals we pursue.  Each page also contains additional links in the text, click on underlined words for websites representing Land and Wildlife Managers in Alaska.   

Alaska Outfitters Unlimited


Alaska Hunting Trips

Coastal Alaska its the realm of the bear.  Nearly every inch of Alaska's 6,600 mile coast line is habitat for one of our three great bear species.  The lush rainforest of South-East Alaska boast premier habitat for massive Black Bears and Brown Bears while Mountain Goats look down upon them from craggy peaks of the Coast Ranges.   The rugged coastlines of of South West Alaska see World's largest Brown Bears roaming salmon rich streams in search of protein to maintain their half-ton bulk.

Alaska's Arctic is a vast, mostly untouched, wilderness roughly the size of California.  The 600 mile long Brooks Range bisects this region flanked on the north by the vast, desolate coastal plain and on the south by the endless spruce forests of the Yukon River Basin.  Barren Ground Caribou abound on the coastal plain and in the Brooks Range foothills; Grizzlies, wolves, and wolverines patrol the entire region in search of prey; and Dall Sheep lord over the high alpine.   

Interior Alaska stretches from the coastal mountains in the south to the Brooks Range in the north and to the Canadian boarder in the east.  It is a region as massive as it's most iconic inhabitant, The Alaska-Yukon Moose.  Caribou and Dall Sheep occupy the tallest mountain ranges in North America, the Wrangell Mountains in the east and Alaska Range in the west.  Grizzly and Black Bear tracks are a constant reminder of the presence of the most powerful predators on the continent.