Kamchatka Snow Sheep

(Ovis Nivicola Nivicola)

With their massive horns, Kamchatka Snow Sheep are the largest species of snow sheep in Russia. They live in one of the largest wilderness areas in central part of Kamchatka Peninsula.

The hunt takes place during period of August-September. The hunters will stay in a tent camp. Each hunter has his own guide and moves in the terrain by foot, and should expect to walk a lot.

The average trophy size is 34-37”.

The trip duration is 10 days, whereas the hunt is 8 days.

Since the reopening of the flights from Anchorage to Petropavlovsk Kamchatskiy, this hunt became closer to American hunters. Otherwise flights via Moscow would be an option.