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Deer stalking in Scotland has got to be one of the most majestic and challenging sporting experiences available. The Scottish Highlands are home to the Red deer population where they live in their natural habitat among the wild and rugged hills, mountains and woodland, venturing onto the lower ground in the winter. A day on the hill can be a truly memorable experience with so much to learn from a professional stalker. A red stag silhouetted on the horizon during ‘the rut’ has got to be one of the most magical scenes to be witnessed.
The Red deer is the largest mammal in Britain and has been a true survivor over the centuries, even through the Ice Age when their natural woodland habitat was buried under the ice. Deer stalking has become a popular sporting pursuit and is now very much a sporting tradition, whilst contributing to deer management. Deer management is a vital part of maintaining a healthy herd. The skill of a professional stalker in his selection process is paramount to keeping a healthy head of deer on sporting estates throughout Scotland.
We are privileged to have access to some of the finest stalking available on sporting estates throughout Scotland. We look forward to arranging your memorable stalking experience. Call us on +44 131 476 6500 or email us on email@example.com to arrange your stalking experience.
The Alvie Estate is a traditional Highland Estate located 4 miles south of Aviemore near the village of Kincraig in Badenoch, the geographic centre of Scotland.
Amhuinnsuidhe is a wonderful castle in a stunning and romantic location enjoying panoromic sea views – ‘a very special place’
An 18th century stable square beautifully converted into an elegant nine bedroom house located in a wonderful Highland setting of the 20,000 acre Novar Estate.
Auchenbrack nestles on the banks of the Shinnel Burn in central Dumfriesshire and provides very comfortable accommodation.
Auchmull Sporting Lodge offers very comfortable accommodation for up to eight guests and enjoys wonderful far reaching views to the Gannochy Estate grouse moors.
Bighouse Lodge is let on a fully catered basis for up to 24 guests and offers salmon fishing on the famous River Halladale. Walked-up grouse and stalking, along with sea fishing and trout fishing on the estate lochs can all be enjoyed. Bighouse Lodge is located on the very north coast of Scotland.
Black Corries Estate extends to 30,000 acres and offers a wide range of sport in a wonderful and dramatic location nr Glencoe. The newly renovated Black Corries Lodge provides very comfortable accommodation for up to 12 guests.
This remote and beautiful estate on the Isle of Harris offers guests breath taking scenery, very comfortable accommodation, superb sporting opportunities and a variety of activities.
Braeroy offers challenging red deer stalking for single days or by the week. Garron’s are still used in the traditional way on this fine west coast sporting estate.
Camusericht Lodge is a beautifully positioned, traditional lodge with indoor heated pool overlooking Loch Rannoch. A great location for a family vacation in the highlands
Carskiey House is in an enviable position overlooking the sea and forms part of the private 7,500 acre Carskiey Estate. Perfect retreat for family gatherings or a special celebration. The estate offers woodcock shooting, stalking, sea-fishing and there are three golf courses in the area.
Chesthill have two great stalking weeks available – weeks of 2nd and 9th September. Chesthill House, on the South Chesthill Estate, is set in a beautiful location facing towards the well known waterfall and Roman Bridge situated in Glenlyon, the longest glen in Scotland and reputedly the most beautiful.
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