Man has been grizzly bear hunting for centuries, dating back to prehistoric times. It is part of our heritage as hunter gatherers.
Grizzly bears are actually a large subspecies of brown bear. They obtained their Latin classification, Ursus arctos horribilis, meaning “Bear Horrible” from a naturalist named George Ord in 1815. The name “grizzly” was actually given to them by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. When they came in contact with them, they described them as grisly, which most believe was a reference to their grizzled golden and grey tips of hair. It is also thought to be in reference to their “grisly” or fear inspiring behavior at times.
We have partnered with some great grizzly bear hunting outfitters in inland Alaska, British Columbia, Alberta, Yukon, and Northwest Territories.
If you have questions or would like to go on this trip yourself, just contact us. Give us a detailed description of what you are looking for, so our hunting consultants can match you with the right hunt. Whatever suits you, we can help you find it. So if you’re looking for a great hunt, you’ll love working with us.