Iron Mountain Wilderness Cabins is in zone 4 for Moose and zone 112 for white tail deer.
We love walking in the woods in the fall, looking for game. The smell of the autumn forest, the sounds of the birds and the wind in the crisp leaves. The gentle and shortening sunlight hours feel welcome and good after the heat of summer. Then there is the excitement of finding your prey, setting up a shot, and the satisfaction of taking a meal home, cleaning it and enjoying its nourishment. Some days our hunting are about not firing anything – its just the impetus and justification to step away from everything else and spend time outdoors, in the forest and quiet peace of nature.
Consider taking off a few days this fall during hunting season to stay at Iron Mountain Wilderness Cabins. You can venture out into the woods at the crack of dawn and be back to your cozy cabin in the evening. Pop over for a drink by the wood stove in our licensed lodge, then try your luck again the next day.
If you would like to speak to us about our staying at our facility this hunting season, you can email us: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 902 932 7137
Hello there! My name is Jess. I am a co-founder of Iron Mountain Wilderness Cabins. This mountain has captured my heart. I am so excited to be part of this project. Being in nature is where I feel at home, and I hope you will make yourself at home here too. I am here to help you with bookings, events & guest service. In my spare time, I am looking forward to recording parts our journey in the Iron Mountain Blog - but as much as possible, I hope to be outside, living life on the mountain! I also operate a local website design business called Beach Pea Design. Writing is one of my favourite pass times, and I am looking forward to being able to share a story or two with you all ~