Hunt with HTO

IMG_6630Our HTO Crew:

Martin, David, and Cameron are your main wranglers for the hunting season. They all share a passion for hunting that exceeds the expectation. High Timber Outfitters was purchased in January of 2017 from Lost Solar Outfitters and endeavors to deliver a high quality service experience for all of our guests.  Your guide is a pivotal and important factor of your experience with us. They will strive to make your hunt from start to finish the best it can be. It is customary to tip your guide between 10-20% if they have provided you with good service which is always appreciated. 

Our Pack: 

Our pack consists of over 30 plus healthy and strong horses and pack mules who are very experienced and who are faithful and familiar with their role in getting you to/from your camps safely. Seasoned in the area of “packing” our goal is to make sure our hunters are confident in the animals we provide on their adventure.


We cater to hunters who are looking for that back-country experience as they meander through and hunt in locations where the largest elk herd and mule deer occupy and live. 

Our tents are 14 x 16 and 16 x 20. Each tent includes a large 2 burner propane stove, and a complete list of basic amenities to ensure your hunt is comfortable: table, chairs, cots, propane heater/wood stove, and a few other choice items. We allow a maximum of 4 hunters per camp. These camps are setup for hunters looking for a true backcountry hunting experience, so it is important that you are self sufficient,  in shape and ready to adventure in the backyard of these beautiful creatures as you set out to harvest your trophy. 

HTO Suggested Gear List 

HTO High Altitude Health Hints

To reserve your hunt with High Timber Outfitters please call or email us and we will send you the contract, payment due and answer any questions you may have. The 2018 dates have been set and the deadline for draw tags is April 3rd, 2018. See below for the 2018 hunting schedule. 

High Timber Outfitters Hunting Agreement

Keep up on the Colorado Dept. of Wildlife hunting and fishing regulations and get the updated Wildlife Hunting  Schedule when submitting for your draw tag and be in the know on how to appropriately purchase your over the counter tag.  We have provided 2 very important links below to the Colorado Dept of Wildlife site to help you out. 

Colorado Dept of Wildlife Site

Colorado Dept of Wildlife Hunting Schedule 2018/2019


Our 2018 Prices

Archery & Muzzle Loading Seasons 2018:

Drop Camp: $2,400 Per Person​ (4 Person Max Per Camp)

Private Land Hunt: $3,000 Per Person

Rifle Season 2018: 

Drop Camp: $2,400 Per Person (4 Person Max Per Camp)

Private Land Hunt: $3,000 Per Person

Resident and Non Resident Tag Prices

TypeResidentNon Resident
Elk/Bull or Either$46$641
Please note prices can change

*Note: To participate in the over-the-counter w/caps rifle bear season, a hunter must also hold a deer or elk license that overlaps with that rifle bear tag by at least one unit and one day of the season. These licenses can be purchased at license agents, by phone and online through Oct. 12th. Then, they are only available at CPW offices.

2018 Leftover Limited Licenses
On Sale—August 7, 2018 9:00 a.m. At Authorized Sales Agents and by Phone
August 8, 2018 Online 2018 Over-the-Counter Licenses On Sale—August 9, 2018 9:00 a.m.

*Colorado Parks and Wildlife customer service available 8 a.m.–5 p.m.,
Monday–Friday @ (303) 297-1192

Ready to Book/Policies: 

*A signed agreement and deposit of 50% is required to hold your hunt/reservation. 

*The remaining balance is due 30 days prior to the arrival day of your hunt.

*Deposits are non-refundable but can be transferred to another hunter within the    same hunting season. The reason for this is that when we “book” your dates we turn away all other hunters who were interested in that same hunt. 

*All funds are to be paid in US Dollars via cashier’s check, money order, or credit card.

*If our non refundable policy is a big concern for you there are companies that offer hunt deposit insurance and we encourage you to check them out one example is:

*The cost of hunting licenses and application processing fees are not included in High Timber Outfitters prices nor are meat storage or meat processing fees when you harvest an animal. Those costs are solely the responsibility of the hunter/client.

*Online Payments Coming Soon*


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It’s time to Hunt

Be prepared, the better shape you are in the better your hunt will be. This is primitive back country hunting and the terrain changes quickly so being in shape is highly recommended. Clothes for layering: Colorado has very unpredictable weather in the fall; it could be 70 degrees during the day and 30 in the morning in the early seasons.

In the later seasons it can be 50’s in the daytime and in the teens in the mornings. Dressing in layers (long underwear) is the best way to combat the cold.


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