No idea on weather as it can vary greatly in Northeast Wyoming in Late October. Assume that 400grams will be sufficient insulation for the boot. Price does not matter. I do intend to multi task them.
Feet definitely get hot easily but I wear smart wool which helps a lot. Terrain will be fairly rough and decent amount of hiking as we are going in via horseback and hunting from spoke camp.
Rather have a boot that is super comfortable and quiet over last forever.
Oops missed this.
I'd do with 200gr or less model. But ask your outfitter.
One time trip danner high country, or UA browtine... No a fan of Chineese made boots but they will usually last 100miles.
Passion every year.. lowa, kennetrek, Zamerlain etc. everyone's foots different so every one has a favorite.
If you are serious in a long term boot. Call lathrop and sons