Two-to-One Guided Lion Hunts in Montana's High Country
Beaverhead and Tendoy Mountain Elk Hunting
2x1 Guided | 5-Full & 2-Half Day Hunts | Spot & Stalk
Our lion hunts are a one-on-one experience between hunter and guide. A quoted price includes a five night, all-inclusive experience where you'll be chasing hounds through the mountains of Southwest Montana. Our dogs are well-trained and seasoned lion hunters bred and raised to find big cats by following their tracks in the snow.
Hound handling and lion tracking are two of the most intense sportsman experiences. Lion hunting in Montana is a unique opportunity to participate in this traditional hunt. Because not all cats are trophies and conservation is key to preserving our tradition, photos and memories are expected, but lions are not guaranteed.
Once you've witnessed the joy of a hound on a lion track, you'll be aching to return year after year. Because of this, our hunts are limited and reservations are recommended early in the year.
While staying you will enjoy:
Fully Furnished Cabin
A warm bed
The base price per person and is all-inclusive including food and lodging.
Youth Hunter (under 16)
Family owned and operated Outfitter in Montana's Southwest corner. We are surrounded by the Beaverhead and Tendoy mountain ranges. We are located near Dillon, Montana. Our family has been exploring these mountains for over 100 years.
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$1650.00 Per Item
$7700.00 Per Person Per Experience
Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.
- Professional Guides
- Field Care, Recovery of Harvested Game
- Meals & Accommodations
- Transportation of Game to Meat Processor
- Transportation of Trophy to Local Taxidermist
- Transportation to/from Bozeman or Butte MT Airport
- Hiking/Insulated Hunting Boots
- Wool/Synthetic Hunting Pants
- Base Layer (top and bottom)
Rules & Guidelines
All hunters over the age of 17 must obtain a valid Montana hunting license. State law allows youth hunters 10 or older to hunt with a youth license. Hunter education courses re required before purchasing or applying for a Montana hunting license.
Species and the weapon you plan to use may require additional permits and tags. Be sure to check the Montana Fish, Wildlife, & Parks website for more information on hunting regulations.