Oatmeal Bars

These oatmeal breakfast bars are great for breakfast, as a snack for kids’ lunches (if you opt for the nut-free version), or fuel for a long hike or training session. *Makes 8-10 bars Ingredients 1 ½ cups Stoked Oats, Run of the Mill Quick Oats or regular rolled oats1 ¼ cups […]

A Rifle Built for the Mountain Hunter

This is my Gunwerks ClymR rifle. There are many like it, but this one is mine. This rifle is about high-performance with its carbon fibre stock, carbon barrel, titanium action. The gun is built for long-range, lightweight mountain hunting, which is exactly what I need. I’ve been using this one […]

EPIC TOP 10 Kill Shot Countdown Compilation

The kill shot is always one of the most exciting moments of any hunt. This compilation won’t disappoint if you love adventure, awesome northern mountain animals, and deadly kill shots that put the animals down. Strap in and hold on as we take you on a wild ride in pursuit […]

Bison Chocolate Chili

Ingredients 1–2 Tbsp olive oil  1 medium onion diced 1 bell pepper diced 4–5 cloves of garlic crushed 1 Tbsp chili powder 1 Tbsp cumin  ½ tsp cinnamon 1 Tbsp cacao powder 1 can crushed tomatoes 1 can pinto beans drained and rinsed 1 can black beans drained and rinsed […]

Air Armor Tech Gun Case Drop

I wanted to torture test my Air Armor Tech rifle case, and throwing my Gunwerks ClymR rifle out of my Piper PA-18 SuperCub seemed like it was a good idea. The Gun Case is a tough, light, and compact system for storing and transporting up to two rifles. The cushioning […]

KUIU Mountain Academy

I spoke at KUIU’s Mountain Academy last year, along with a few good friends such as Alan Bolen, Randy Ulmer and Brendan Burns. KUIU has edited my presentation into a few shorter videos. Check them out! Part 1 of my presentation: Decide what you need to do.

Off the Beaten Path: Dall’s Sheep

A Yukon Sheep Hunt It had been my dream for years to walk out my front door, using my own power to move into the mountains to harvest a sheep. At the time, I lived in Carcross, a small community outside of Yukon’s largest city of Whitehorse. Carcross is nestled […]

ProTip: Early Morning Glassing

Often, when breaking camp in the morning, we tend to pack up and head out. We are tempted to move on without glassing the immediate area, as one gets the feeling there couldn’t possibly be something in the immediate vicinity where we have spent the last eight to 12 hours. […]

ProTip: Glassing in Snowy Conditions

There are times you are going to experience a lot of snow on the ground. This can happen because you’ve signed up for a winter hunt: Kudos to you if you are out there when most people are hunkering down to watch Netflix. Other times, this can happen with a […]

ProTip: Optics Selection for a Mountain Hunt

For many people, getting out on a single mountain hunt could be the highlight of the year. For others, getting the shot at a Dall’s Sheep or Mountain Goat could be the hunt of a lifetime. If you have any chance of chasing sheep, you won’t regret having the right gear—and experience using it—before you start hiking on the first day.

Simple Chia Seed Pudding

This recipe is from this excellent book. From a satisfying breakfast to an afternoon pick-me-up, or even a dessert, this versatile chia seed pudding will make its way into your nutrition repertoire in no time. Calories: 142 Total fat: 7 g Saturated fat: o g Total carbohydrate: 11 g Dietary […]