British Columbia checked all the boxes you’d want in a mountain goat bowhunt. Lots of nice goats, check. Beautiful rugged mountain, check. Insanely epic vistas at every turn, check. Grizzly bears, check. Sunshine, rain, wind, and snow all in one day, check. Brutal climbs to get into goat country, check. Backbreaking pack outs, check. I had great bowhunt and was very fortunate that it encompassed the total experience. The sense of accomplishment with each obstacle which was over come is not something that I will soon forget. My outfitter and guide were fantastic and never hesitated to work very hard at every turn, I was super impressed all the way around. You’d be hard pressed to find better people. Well, here he is. He was aged at 7 years old by the Bylaw wildlife officer. His Horn length is 9 1/2 and 9 ( broken tip). We spotted him on a face of finger ridge the evening before at about 730 pm and although we didn’t see him in the morning we still made the 4 and half hour climb. We managed to find him and I was lucky to make a 12 yard shot. The pack out was brutal and took over five hours. I am excited and yet humbled at the same time. It was an awesome experience.