This time last year I was planning my Colorado elk hunt. While I planned well and had a successful four-day hunt, I learned many things along the way. Many things went quite well and some not so well. I am going to share a little of both in the hopes that your elk hunt will be fun, exciting and successful.
Instead of flying, and with taking one of our family vehicles being out of the question, I opted to rent an SUV. My trip was a solo trip and that cost me dearly in fuel and muscle fatigue from driving. It would have been in my best interest to do the trip with a friend so that we could split the cost of the SUV and the fuel. On top of that, with a partner we could have divided up the food and necessities costs for the trip.
Always bring everything you might need every time...
You can read the full article over on Sole Adventure.