Home to the planet’s highest peaks, Nepal offers mountain hunting unlike anything else. In 1991 the government closed hunting for all species except blue sheep, tahr, muntjac, hog deer, and wild boar, and the country has since become a destination for blue sheep and tahr combo trips. “This is an old-style hunt, as it was done 100 years ago,” said Bob Kern, the highly respected founder and CEO of The Hunting Consortium, which has helped open up several countries to international hunters over the years. “The trek to camp is a three-day hump—if you don’t want to use helicopters—with 20 Sherpas carrying the full camp kit. There’s no hunt like it anywhere in the world.” The season for blue sheep and tahr runs from March to late April, when the animals are found between 14,000 and 15,000 feet, and again in early October through late November, when they range from 16,000 and higher. If you’re into extreme, this is about as extreme as any mountain hunting gets.