Hunters will stay in the "Pup Tent," a two-story 20'x24' cabin with wrap around deck used for spotting. Hunters' bedrooms are upstairs, and you'll be hunting out of this main camp unless circumstances warrant the use of a more remote spike camp. This is "luxury sheep hunting" because when the weather gets wet, cold, and nasty, you can take refuge in a warm, dry cabin and not have to endure a soggy pup tent where one never gets completely dry or comfortable.
You'll hunt the glacial canyons within a roughly five-mile radius from camp. This is indeed ram country, and there are several honey holes to check out until you find legal rams. Hunters can expect to see sheep right from camp. Although they are usually not the old bruisers you'll be looking for, they tend to hang out at the head ends of the valley. Even though you'll use horses, hunters should expect to do a lot of hiking because the glacial terrain becomes too rocky and rugged and sharp rocks can cut up the horses' feet.