PRICE $3,095

The price includes

  • 4 days stay at a Bed & Breakfast with breakfast or full board included
  • 3 days of deer hunting with individual guidance 1:1
  • Free shooting of hinds and calves (expected 1-3 per hunter per day)
  • All fees and licenses are included.

The price does not include

  • Round-trip flight to Edinburgh/Aberdeen
  • Rental car (picked up at the airport)
  • Meals beyond breakfast (at the Bed & Breakfast)
  • Supplement for a single room, $ 87 per day
  • Weapon rental $60 per day
  • Tips for hunting guides - approximately £40 per day
  • Scottish firearm permit $ 115 (when bringing your own weapon)
  • EU liability insurance $ 12
  • Travel and cancellation insurance
  • Anything not mentioned under the inclusive price

Firearm Certificate

An English Firearm Certificate costs € 125.-. Together with the confirmation of the trip we sent you a questionnaire which we kindly ask you to fill in together with a copy of your European Weapon passport, all pages has to be sent also the blank ones. We need this information no later than 2½ months before departure in order to be able to apply for your Firearm Certificate.

Exchange Rate

The price show for this tour is for guidance only as fluctuations in the exchange rate may need to be taken into account. The actual price of the tour will be agreed later.

Hind Hunt in Scotland

Are you an experienced hunter looking for the ultimate hunting challenge? Then this tour is the perfect choice for you. Here you will enjoy a really special hunting experience, hunting on your own terms in the magnificent countryside of Scotland


  • The ultimate hunting challenge!
  • A really special hunting experience on your own terms
  • Wonderful countryside
  • Only recommended for very experienced hunters

4 days from $3,095

Fantastic highland hunting in the Cairngorm Mountains in beautiful central Scotland. The region is known as one of the most picturesque in Scotland. Hunting takes place on various estates, typically consisting of highlands with heather and open expanses.

The estates boast a healthy population of red deer, and the hunting organization is of high caliber. At the same time, one can enjoy hunting in a wonderful natural setting during the autumn and winter.

There is free shooting of hinds and calves. The expected yield is 1-3 hinds per day per hunter, but this will naturally depend on the hunters' physical condition and shooting skills.

Hunting Season
October 21 - February 15

We have prime hunting grounds in this area, and some are more physically challenging than others, but in the highlands, one should never expect results to come easily. The estates boast excellent populations of red deer, and hunting takes place in a marvelous natural setting. The hunting organization is highly professional, and the guides are very competent.

A typical hunting day starts with hunters meeting their experienced stalker (hunting guide) on the estate, usually around 9:00 in the morning. Here, hunters will be asked to test-fire their rifles to ensure they are zeroed in correctly before the hunt begins.

The experienced stalker will guide the hunters throughout the entire hunt, knowing where to find the red deer based on wind and weather conditions.

Once the red deer are located, the stalker will point out a hind or calf for shooting, and the initial stalk begins. After the game is taken down, it is transported down the terrain using an appropriate off-road vehicle or one of the estate's highland ponies.


Joakim Pedersen

Telephone: (+45) 63 21 10 26

Thomas M. Sørensen

Telephone: (+45) 63 21 43 00

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