Afternoon Ride

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We enjoy going on an afternoon ride after a good days visit with our guide and packer students. The air is crisp and the scenery is great! So quiet and peaceful. There’s nothing like being here in the hills and mountains of the Rockies!

Wow! I get to do this for a living

elm outfitters guide school training

This is Brian one of our past guide school students. He guided a client to this huge sheep. Brian has guided in the River of no return wilderness in Idaho and the Big Horns Crags. What a great time he has at his job and says he just can’t imagine doing anything more rewarding.

Prime Elk Country

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Practicing navigation and hunting skills will give these students greater
confidence and success when guiding a client.

Great Classes

Another Summer, another great group of students. Julie and I had a great time visiting with each of the students. Most went right to work for some of the best Outfits in the Rockies. A few had some college to finish up and will be back up next year ready for work. While we visited with each student individually [which we always do] they each said- guide school was great and it does take a lot of work in this business. They all learned so much and are so excited about getting started in their new careers.
The days are getting shorter, bow season has started and the elk are bugling it’s a great time to be in the hills. Good Hunting Everyone!

Another Great Year

We have had a great Summer visiting with all of our students at our schools.
They each did so well and were anxious to tell us about themselves and how training was going.
Some of them have college to complete and will come back up to these beautiful Rocky Mtns to get started working for some of the best Outfitters in this business. Others have gone right to work.