I'm thinking/planning a hunt into a fairly remote intermediate elevation (8000') hunt.
It will be several weeks long, unless first day beginners luck kicks in.
Here's the consideration.
There will be either no or very minimum snow depth when going in.
It may be that snow will be the reason for getting out.
This will be an LRH ambush hunt.
The idea is to get all the stuff in under no snow conditions and out w/possibly 3 feet of the stuff on the ground. There is no way to know.
Snowmobiles are out of the question.
4X4 either side by side or straddle don't seem reasonable.
Any one besides me ever think of a Polaris Ranger 6X6; building tracks for the rear and skis for the front?
I could then use the rig for other things including work around the "No Rancho Yetto"
If snow'd in, snow shoeing out wouldn't be much of a problem. Its getting all of the stuff out along with the long dreamed about trophy out that is the problem.
Any tho'ts would be appreciated.
Thanks for reading.