In advance of the September hunting season, Brazos River Lodge is offering the ultimate outdoorsman’s getaway for all skill levels with private, world-class trophy elk hunting opportunities led by expert guides and upscale lodge accommodations situated on nearly 5,000 acres of pristine Northern New Mexico wilderness. Brazos is now offering two all-inclusive hunting packages for groups of up to five guests that deliver the ultimate outdoor adventure.
The Brazos River Lodge is one of New Mexico’s most exclusive luxury fishing and hunting ranches, Brazos River Lodge is located on nearly 5,000 acres of pristine uninhabited wilderness within the Carson National Forest and Cruces Basin Wilderness, about 2 hours northwest of Santa Fe and Taos, about 3 hours from Albuquerque. A four-mile stretch of the Brazos River serves as the centerpiece of the ranch, providing prime headwaters for world-class fly fishing on private land controlled by private ownership. Home to a resident elk herd, private archery and rile hunting expeditions are hosted by the ranch’s knowledgeable guides. The six-room lodge is designed as a private, all-inclusive luxury retreat for up to 10 guests with gourmet meals prepared by a private, on-site chef.
When you book your trip, you receive:
- Sole and private access nearly 5,000 acres of New Mexico wilderness.
- Accommodations in an upscale six-bedroom mountain lodge.
- Gourmet chef and all meals and snacks prepared on-site.
- Daily hunting excursions. Two-on-one hunting guides.
- Dressing of the animal once tagged.
A stay at this private ranch, two hours north of Taos and three-and-a-half hours from Albuquerque, gives guests the rare opportunity for sole and private access to thousands of acres of wildflower-rich meadows, a four-mile stretch of the legendary Brazos River, two lakes and forests of ponderosa. With elevations ranging from 8,000 to 10,000 feet, Brazos River Lodge is set on private land and controlled by private ownership, where careful stewardship of the land, lakes and streams has made the lodge an ideal wilderness retreat for trophy caliber big game. Although bull elk are the primary draw, hunting is also great for mule deer, black bear, mountain lion and blue grouse.
Upon arrival at Brazos River Lodge, guests are greeted by their expert hunting guides who will lead private hunts through the backwoods of the ranch where the opportunity of five-by-five or larger trophy bull elk migrate down from Colorado for rut season. Hunters will get the opportunity to explore the pristine wilderness and duck behind dark timber, Douglas fir, blue spruce, oak, conifer and aspens in search of the perfect elk. Experienced guides will call in the bugling elk to set the stage for hunters to fill their tags.
After a day of private exploration, guests retreat to an upscale mountain lodge tucked within the ranch’s sprawling wilderness. A stay at the lodge includes access to a private chef who will prepare daily gourmet meals before and after excursions using local and indigenous ingredients, whenever possible.
Now accepting group reservations for the 2016 bow and rifle hunting seasons, Brazos River Lodge is offering two, all-inclusive getaway packages to this sought-after destination.
Bow Hunt Getaway Package at Brazos River Lodge Available Sept. 1 through Sept. 22, 2016 Upscale accommodations within a new six-bedroom lodge, two-on-one hunting guides, daily hunting excursions, dressing of the animal once tagged and all meals and snacks prepared daily by the gourmet chef (alcohol not included).
$12,000 - $12,500 per person for a group of four guests. Non-hunting guests are $1,650 per person for the duration of the stay. Rifle Hunt Getaway Package at Brazos River Lodge Available Oct. 1 through Oct. 20.
Upscale accommodations within a new six-bedroom lodge, two-on-one hunting guides, daily hunting excursions, dressing of the animal once tagged and all meals and snacks prepared daily by the gourmet chef (alcohol not included).
$11,500-$12,000 per person for a group of four guests. Non-hunting guests $1,650 per person for the duration of the stay. Brazos River Lodge is just eight miles south of the Colorado border. The quaint town of Chama, N.M. is the closest nearby city, known for clear rivers and elk habitats. Guests visiting Brazos can fly commercially into Albuquerque International Sunport airport, just over a three-hour drive, or via private aviation into Taos Regional Airport, a two-hour drive.
For reservations or more information, visit http://www.brazosriverlodge.com.