Austria is a relatively unknown hunting destination, even though the country has good populations of chamois, ibex, red and roe deer in a breathtaking alpine setting. Moreover Austrian hunting abounds with traditions - there is no better place to experience central European hunting traditions with its associated woolen loden clothes, lederhosen and Tyrol hats decorated with the “gamsbart” (a trophy traditionally made from the winter coat of the chamois and worn on hats).
We offer hunting on an excellent district in the beautiful state of Kärnten (Carinthia) where we have been helping our customers realise their dreams of hunting big alpine chamois for many years now. Here both your physical fitness and your hunting skills will really be put to the test. Further we also have access to good areas for Alpine ibex, red stag, mouflon and roebuck.
Latin Name: Rupicapra rupicapra Subspecies: Rupicapra rupicapra (The Austrian, Swizz, German, French and Italian Alps as well as parts of the former Yugoslavia.) Rupicapra r. pyrenaica (The Pyrenees). Rupicapra r. ornata (The Abruzzian Alps, Italy) Rupicapra r. carpatica (Transsylvania) Rupicapra r. balcanica (Parts of former Yugoslavia) Rupicapra r. caucasica (Kaukasus) Rupicapra r. asiatica...Read more
In the beautiful region of Kärnten, close to the Italian border, Diana has been arranging chamois hunts for around 30 years. throughout this time we have always worked with the same partner, Ferdinand Kargl. The hunt takes place on the Scarpa estate, which is a typical mountain district divided into three sections, and is judged to be one of the best chamois districts in Austria. The...Read more
We have had the great pleasure of working with our partner here, Ferdinand Kargl, for around 30 years, and he has almost become an institution amongst our hunters. He is the veritable embodiment of an Austrian hunter, an excellent mountain hunter who knows his hunting district better than the back of his own hand. Simply experiencing a hunt with him here, in these beautiful mountains, is...Read more