Kamchatka Peninsula boasts a very diverse and abundant source of wildlife.  Among the trophies available, Kamchatka is probably best known for the large quantity and size of its brown bear.  Closely followed is the snow sheep (very similar to North America’s bighorn) and some of the largest moose in the world call this area home.  

I doubt if any place you will hunt, you will find a higher concentration of the large brown bears than in the areas we hunt.  At the end of the summer during the hunting season, bears concentrate near rivers where the salmon are running and the berries are ripening.  A hunter may hunt by motorboat, or on foot.  The availability of horses also makes hunting possible for some hunters with minor physical restrictions. 

Our hunting areas are located in the central and northern part of the peninsula.  The Milkovo hunting area is located about 260 kilometers from
Petropavlosk-Kamchatsky.  The territory is surrounded by mountains on all sides.  In the central part of this region are forests with many creeks and rivers.  This makes this area very convenient for hunting all species including the big brown bear, snow sheep and moose.

Transfer to the hunting area will be provided by vehicle, so it is not necessary to us a helicopter. 

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  The Kovirevsk hunting area is approximately 450 kilometers from
Petropavlosk-Kamchatsky.  This hunting area is more open space when compared to the Milkovo area.  The territory borders the Kamchatka River on the east, mountains, forests, and rivers in the other directions.  From the hunting camp, one can see picturesque views of mountains and volcanoes.  From this hunting camp, one can also hunt snow sheep in the mountains from spike camps.  Bear and moose are in the forests and live near the rivers and lakes. 

The accommodation here is provided in very comfortable hunting camps.  Wooden lodges are provided with hot and cold running water, shower, satellite tv, fireplace and comfortable beds. There is also a Russian sauna at the base camp location.              Among the five species of snow sheep, the Kamchatka snow sheep has the most stable population and is the largest subspecies both in terms of body size and horn size.  Being in good physical condition is important to make a hunt for the sheep.  One, two or all three of these species can be taken on the same hunt.