Each camp has a kitchen staff on site to provide scratch cooked home style meals. You can expect homemade biscuits and gravy, pancakes, omelets, and french toast for breakfast. There are a variety of juices and coffee served each morning and for the light breakfast eaters we offer cereal, granola, oatmeal, fruit and yogurt. Lunch varies depending on the camp you hunt from. Most of the camps send lunches with the guides. These lunches are typically fresh made deli sandwiches, brats and hamburgers on the portable grill or camp fire, chips, sweets, fruit, and drinks. If lunch is served in camp you can count on homemade soups, stews, chili, burgers, and fresh sandwiches. Our dinner menu is what the hunters love most. You can expect prime rib, beef filets, fried chicken and mashed potatoes, stew and homemade biscuits, lasagna and garlic bread, pork ribs, and rack of lamb to name a few. All meals and sides are made from scratch in camp and guaranteed to please.
P.S. A gratuity to the cooks is expected for a job well done.”
Double H Outfitters offer 2-on-1 and 1-on-1 guide service. Our guide staff is very knowledgeable about the country and the animals you will harvest. Most of our guides were born and raised in Northwest Colorado.
P.S. 10% to 20% gratuity is expected to the guides for a job well done.
Meat / Trophy Handling
Double H Outfitters field dress all animals for you in the field. We take a lot of pride in getting your meat from the field to the packing plant in excellent condition. We do not offer any meat processing at Double H Outfitters but we have local plants to choose from.
- HH Processing
- Mountain Meats
There are great local taxidermists to care for all of your taxidermy needs or we will gladly help clients ship them home at the cost of the client.
Double H Outfitters will gladly pick up and drop off clients to the Hayden, CO (HDN) airport on the day of their scheduled arrival and departure. The Hayden Airport does offer vehicle rentals if you wish to drive yourself to and from the airport. Hayden is approximately 20 miles from Craig. The main lodge is located about 2 ½ hours from Grand Junction, approximately 4 hours from Denver, and 4 hours from Salt Lake City.