Remi Warren is as extreme of a mountain hunter as you will find anywhere, and is known for being one of the youngest international hunting outfitters in the game. After graduating high school, Remi took off the fall semester throughout college to work as an elk hunting guide in Montana and New Mexico, while going to the University of Nevada, Reno during the spring and summer, where he graduated at the top of his business class with a degree in Marketing.
At the age of 22, Remi opened Montana OutWest Outfitters in the Bitterrot Valley of Montana, specializing in elk and deer hunts on public land. At the age of 26, Remi expanded his operation overseas and started Outland Outfitters in New Zealand. He offers everything from public land Tahr backpack hunts to five-star lodge hunts for trophy red stag.
Remi spends almost every day of the year hunting. “When I am not guiding, I am hunting for myself. Being a guide and outfitter I get to hunt with people all the time, so when I go out, I like to be alone. I like to push myself and create an adventure every day. If that means embarking without all the comforts of home, so be it. If it means pushing myself farther than I can go when hunting with others, then I will do it. I think I originally started solo hunting because I never had anyone that could stay out as long as I wanted. One year I chased mule deer in the Nevada backcountry for an entire month. I think I just got used to not having to answer to anyone and relied on my own skills and abilities to survive any situation.”
Aside from guiding Remi is also an outdoor writer, currently working as a field editor for Elk Hunter Magazine and Western Hunter Magazine, two top-notch western hunting publications.