The Laurentian Mountains are the site of the most prestigious Trophy Elk and Red Deer hunting venue in the world. This is home to both the World Record Bull Elk and Red Stag. The terrain at Laurentian Estate is comprised of colorful hardwoods, large granite boulders, small sunlight meadows and multiple creeks feeding into several freshwater ponds and lakes. The Lodge is centered within this wondrous forested locale. This website is a preview of the first class opportunities offered to our clientele and an overview of the Laurentian Wildlife
Laurentian Wildlife Estate is less than a two hour drive northwest of Montreal, Canada. The hunting lodge is a mere eight hour drive from New York City. Montreal International Airport accommodates direct flights from dozens of US and European cities. Just thirty minutes to the North of the Estate is Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort & Village. This is one of Canada's most boutique areas, known for its style, diverse culture and trendy atmosphere.
Laurentian Wildlife Estate has established an international reputation for giant Manitoba and Rocky Mountain Elk. Our pristine mountain preserve provides the perfect habitat for our impressive bulls and stags. Beginning in 2012, a very limited amount of hunts are offered for elk and stags from 300 - 400". Managed by our full-time wildlife biologist to produce unique typical and non-typical trophy animals, nearly all of our trophies score over 400 inches, with Top 25 and Top 10 trophies harvested every year, with rifle, bow and crossbow.
Over the years, Laurentian Wildlife Estate has become known as a "sportsman's paradise". It has also become known as a "bow hunter's paradise". Hunting begins in late August and runs through November. Prime hunting dates are booked a year in advance, so contact us soon to create your next hunting adventure in the Laurentian mountains of Canada.
“This hunting operation is by far one of the best we have ever stayed in. The food is second to none and the quality of game and your personal adherence to the ethical principles of hunting is what distinguishes your operation from others.” R.C. Michigan