I drew a cow tag for this once in a lifetime hunt in southwestern Oklahoma. It is two and a half days (Dec 17-19) of hunting, preceded by one day of orientation and scouting. You are expected to leave the refuge at sundown each day, so it is really two and half separate day hunts. I have never gone elk hunting, nor have I ever hunted in this kind of terrain. I’m used to hunting whitetail in eastern Oklahoma; dense woods, steep hills, the occasional rocky cliff, all staying within a couple miles of camp. To my understanding, WMWR is supposed to be rolling plains and rocky/bouldery hills, and way bigger. So, what gear should I be looking at? My winter gear needs a general upgrade, especially for layering options and/or weight savings. I have decent high cut waterproof boots. I’ve got my Savage .270 ready to go. I’ve got a few options of monoculars and binoculars for scouting/glassing. I have nothing in the way of a hunting/hiking pack, only typical urban/school backpacks. So, I welcome any advice you’ve got, and I’m happy to answer questions about stuff I have or to help you give me better answers.