My wife and I were out hiking today when we came across what will be a legal bull moose. He wasn't huge - about 40-45" with 3 brow tines on one side - but he certainly caught our attention. This got us into a discussion on how far is too far to pack a moose. I've packed a large caribou 6-7 miles out of the mountains solo, and I've done my fair share of sheep packing, but I've never had to pack a moose very far. I've heard the horror stories, but I've also heard of folks going quite a ways. As it was today, the moose was about 4 miles in, but the non-motorized trail was really good and there was little elevation gain. At first I dismissed the idea, but when she got to talking about inviting two friends along and splitting the packing 4 ways, maybe 2-3 trips each, it started to sound not so crazy. What do you think?