Hunting Outfitters  in Alberta Canada

Alberta Hunting Outfitters & Guides
Find an Alberta hunting outfitter & guide to plan your next big game hunting and waterfowl hunting trip in Alberta.


Entry To Canada
Below is a list of general guidlines for entering Canada
Please contact CBSA with any questions regarding entry to Canada

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is responsible for border and port of entry activities. Check the CBSA Web site for information about entering Canada. The CBSA site includes information on programs to make crossing the Canada-U.S. border more efficient.

  • you must be in good health, law-abiding and have enough money to support yourself and your dependents during your stay;
  • in most cases, you will need a valid passport, proof of identity or other travel documents;
  • you must get a special authorization if you are coming to study or work;
  • you must have a visitor's visa to travel to Canada if you are a citizen of one of a number of countries. Click here to find out if you will need a visa before leaving home.
    (this does not apply to citizens of the United States)
  • Before leaving home, you should also get a health insurance plan to pay for any hospital or medical services you may need while in Canada.

Criminal Inadmissibility

This information is intended for general guidance and reference only. A legal decision on your inadmissibility can only be made at the time you seek entry into Canada either through an application or at a port of entry.

Whether you are planning to visit Canada, if you have committed or been convicted of a criminal offence, including a DUI, you may be prohibited from entering Canada. Depending on the nature of the offence, the time elapsed and your behaviour since it was committed or since you were sentenced, you may no longer be considered inadmissible to Canada. You may be permitted to come to Canada if ;

We provide these links as a source of information only. We strongly advise you to contact the CIC or Border Services before arriving at a port of entry.

United States Call Centers: BuffaloDetroitLos AngelesNew YorkSeattleWashington DC

Be sure to contact the hunting guides directly for information about their hunts.
Alberta Hunting Guides
Be sure to check our list of featured outfitters here on to book your next Alberta hunting trip!

Search for an Alberta Hunting Outfitter by Species:
black bear hunts
whitetail deer hunts
mule deer hunts
moose hunts
elk hunts
cougar hunts
antelope hunts
wolf hunts & coyote hunts
bison hunts
big horn sheep hunts
waterfowl & game bird hunts

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