British Columbia Guided Bear Hunting

Chilako Valley Outfitters offers spring and fall guided trophy black bear hunts in British Columbia, Canada, the premier spot for trophy black bear hunting in all of North America.

British Columbia bear hunting is the best there is in the world. Chilako Valley Outfitter’s vast expanses of natural habitat, allow bears to thrive in our hunting areas. Bear hunting with Chilako Valley Outfitters will give you frequent opportunities to hunt huge animals. Chilako Valley Outfitter’s is located in one of the most productive and healthy black bear regions in all of British Columbia. Our hunts are tremendously successful. Our clients usually see numerous bears during their hunt, and generally have multiple opportunities to harvest a great looking bear. Many of our clients have harvested record book qualifying bears, although many of them have not been officially scored or entered into the books.

When planning your British Columbia bear hunting adventure, hire the best, Chilako Valley Outfitters. Our remote areas have huge bears, and the natural setting is nothing less than spectacular. Chilako Valley Outfitters has provided hundreds of hunters, for decades, with the very best bear hunting there is in British Columbia, Canada.

Pricing and Hunt Information

Dates for Hunting Black Bear: May – June, September – November (please inquire)

5 DAY HUNT Rate + Tax = Hunt Total
2:1 (per hunter) 3,500 175 $3,675
1:1 4,500 225 $4,725

– Additional days are available up to a total of seven days for a fee of $795 per day.
– Price for non hunting companion is $200 a day which includes lodging and meals
Second bear: $400 to hunt + $1,000 trophy fee (cost for extra tag $202)
Trophy fee wolf: $200 (cost for tag $56)
Licenses/Tags: $360
Royalty: $75 (Government Fee)
Deposit to Book: $1000

Included in your Hunt

  • Transportation from/to Prince George airport
  • Lodging in our camps
  • Guide Service
  • All meals

Not Included

  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Meat processing, taxidermy work, shipping and permits
  • Trophy fees after successful hunt
  • Gratuities
  • * Government royalty fees on game taken
  • Hunting-Preservation Fund – $200
  • Non-Resident fishing license (8 days) – $56