Ranging Storm

Despite the fact that Whitehorse was nearly washed away in a flash flood, it barely sprinkled up on Grey Mountain last night. This was most fortunate as we just finished setting up all of our new targets and were anxious to shoot them. There are a whack of new targets on the Hunters Loop bringing the total up to 24. See the map on the Grey Mountain Range page. We think you will find these new shots fun and challenging. We are especially proud of the Bedded Doe at G. We added two optional targets on the Short Loop. If you shoot the first two targets of the Hunters Loop (the bear and the goat after the Rock), signs will direct you up the hill where we set up a new Bear. From the Bear, you retu

The New Targets Are Here!

Thanks to the very generous donation of Lotteries Yukon, and the support of the Yukon Aboriginal Sports Circle, we now have eight new targets on the range. They were delivered by Pacific Northwest to the range on Thursday, June 30th in the pouring rain. We waited until 6 hoping the rain would let up but decided to go ahead and put them out anyway. It took two of us three hours but then we got to be the first ones to shoot them. We are pretty stoked about these new shots. Get out there and try them for yourself. See the new "provisional" map for locations of the new targets. The numbers and letters may not be arranged by July 7 but we are hoping to get that done very soon.

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