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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 firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your stalking experience.
Hilton Lodge is a beautiful family home with great character, and is situated in a magnificent parkland setting on the 4,500 acre Guisachan Estate.
House of Machrie, on the Dougarie Estate (pronounced Doogry) is situated in a lovely position with views of the sea. Dougarie Estate is situated in the north-west quarter of the Isle of Arran on the west coast of Scotland.
The Victorian sporting lodge of Inverbroom is situated at the head of Loch Broom and just 8 miles from the idyllic fishing village of Ullapool.
Situated in the northeast of Scotland, between Elgin and Forres and on the slopes of the Highlands, the Kellas Estate extends to more than 2500 acres. The Kellas House, with its splendid garden and magnificent vistas, is certain to live up to all your expectations of Scotland.
Killiehuntly is let on a fully catered basis and is a new contemporary and luxurious way of experiencing the breathtaking Scottish Highlands.
Kinblethmont is a wonderful base for exploring Angus and Scotland generally. The main house and cottage nestle in the tranquil policy woodlands in the centre of the arable farmland.
Kingie Estate is situated in magnificent west coast scenery and extends to 18,000 acres on the south side of Loch Quoich.
Once the private Lodge of the Duke of Sutherland, Kinloch Lodge has been brought to life in a sumptious and eclectic blend of Nordic contemporary style.
Kinross House has, for more than 300 years, impressed its hosts of famous visitors. It has undergone a renovation of gargantuan scale and what has been revealed is a house of unrivalled beauty, luxury and attention to detail.
Exciting woodcock shooting over more than 50,000 acres, on three large sporting estates in Sutherland.
Knock House offers a fantastic variety of activities to enjoy including stalking for two rifles, salmon fishing, trout fishing and boating on the sea, including ‘Benmore Lady’ the estate’s 42ft motor cruiser. Whale and dolphin watching, picnics on deserted beaches, and much more are all part of a Knock House holiday experience.
Kyllachy is a wonderful Victorian lodge that sleeps up to 18 guests in stunning surroundings with views over the River Findhorn offering Salmon fishing and stalking.
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