What elevation will we be hunting deer at?
Archery deer hunting in Colorado ranges from the lowland river bottoms around 5,000 feet to over 9,500 feet at some of our higher elevation properties.
What type of terrain should I expect to hunt?
This depends on your physical shape. From low lying river bottoms to steep rocky slopes, we’ve got every type of terrain you could want to elk hunt. Elevations between 6,000 to 8,000 feet you will encounter a lot of oak brush. This is great deer habitat, albeit not the most scenic.
How much is a muzzleloader deer hunt in Colorado?
Muzzleloader season mule deer hunts with lodging in Colorado at Reverse 7 L Outfitters. Combo deer and elk hunts available, contact for pricing.
What is your deposit and cancelation policy?
All hunts require a 50% deposit at time of booking to reserve a spot. Balance of the total fee due in cash, check, cashier’s check, or money order upon arrival at camp and prior to hunt. Deposits are non-refundable, though may be credited to a future hunt. All rates are per person and subject to change.
What is your clients opportunity rate?
Our opportunity rates are very high. Reverse 7 L Outfitters hunts are 100% free chase, there are no guarantees. We go where the game goes, and will get you within your comfortable range, but we cannot pull the trigger for you. If they’re in the river bottoms, we’ll hunt the river bottoms. If they are higher up in the mountains, we’ll saddle up and go after them. Plans change accordingly.
What happens if I wound an animal?
If you draw blood on any animal and do not recover it, your hunt is considered complete. Our goal is to have our hunters take responsible shots every time. Our guides make every effort to recover your animal.