About Camp

Camp Buildings

The location has been carefully selected over years of research and flying. It is on the west shore of Lac Dufreboy, situated 85 miles due west of Kuujjuaq and intersects the main caribou migration trails. You will begin to see these trails etched into the stone and tundra landscapes to the east of camp on your flight in. The actual location of the camp is N58º 03.565'' / W070º 39.982''.

The camp itself is very comfortable and consists of two individual wooden cabins set up to accommodate 4 hunters in each and two cabins for the guides and kitchen staff. 

The Camp Kitchen

The kitchen and dining area is extremely well equipped and is separate from the sleep cabins. The camp has hot & cold running water, generator and oil heat.

Meals are "camp" style. They are healthy and nourishing with no shortage of supplies to contend with. We have a full time cook as well a camp caretaker who makes sure everything is in order when you arrive back to camp after a days hunt. We can assure to you that it is clean, comfortable and well maintained. Please note that special arrangements can be made to accommodate couples.

How to Get There:

FirstAirAll hunt packages begin in Montreal. You as the hunter will be responsible to get as far as the Montreal Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport on the day prior to your scheduled hunt. High North Outfitting will provide Hotel contact numbers for you to make reservations for your evening prior to departure and from there, you can rely on the High North Outfitting office to make your commercial airline reservation from Montreal to Kuujjuaq and return. This is a scheduled two hour flight north aboard a Boeing 737 jet. Upon your arrival in Kuujjuaq you will be met and transferred to a De Havilland Single Engine Otter for the remaining 85 miles to camp. Weather permitting, you will not be in Kuujjuaq for very long so do not plan to make purchases prior to the flight into camp.

About the Area:

Aerial of LakesThe camp is located in the area known as the Ungava Bay Region of northern Quebec's Eastern Arctic. It is in Inuit controlled lands, governed under the James Bay Agreement. The area consists of 300,000 square miles of the most pristine landscapes, dotted with as many lakes as land. It is above the tree line, which offers clear and open shooting. However, the rolling hillside provides enough relief for stalking.

You can expect to see flocks of Canadian and Snow geese before they make the long journey south, as well as Arctic Wolves, Arctic Foxes and Snowy Owls. You might also see Peregrine Falcons and Hawks.

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