I would not worry about Grizzlies. As stated it is not a new unit. This year they decreased a lot of moose tags due to a decline in populations. Last year only 1 tag was filled out of 5. I would say go check it out before you apply, but I dont think you are getting up there until Mid June. The only access you might have other than on your feet or horses would be a motorcycle trail. It is some very rugged country, packing a moose out will be quite the endeavor, so have help ready. Pack a fly rod when you go scout, great fishing up there!I was thinking of applying there and being that it is a new unit there is not much info as far as harvest statistics go. I am used to hunting away from the road, would Grizzlies be a concern around there?
If we are thinking of the same trail it ends at the border of that hunt area where it turns into a non motorized trail. I thought there was one single track trail open to motorcycles, but I was mistaken, its walk in or horseback only.I think 10-2 has some trails that are accessible with a trail ATV (less than 50" wide). I don't think I would hunt moose without horses/ATV unless you are hunting near one of the few roads.