The air is crisp and clear, the open sky high above you. You can feel the effects of the stalk in your legs. The chamois is grazing on a ledge high above. It is a difficult shot..... the way down the mountain with a freshly shot chamois in your rucksack is an indescribable experience!
4 days from €1,190
Over the years we have sent many hunters to our Maltatal district in Kärten, where the experienced gamekeeper Ferdinand Kargl takes care of the hunting. Here you can hunt from the start of August to the end of December. During the summer the chamois stay high up in the mountains, setting a real challenge to the hunters fitness. Towards the end of the season, from mid-November onwards - the chamois are in their shining black winter coat, and can normally be found further down towards the valley.
Our hunt package includes four days accommodation in the charming inn in Gmünd and two days hunting for chamois with a very experienced guide. It is also possible to stay in a simple hunting cabin in the hunting district, which will help cut down time used in transport, but here you will have to cook all your own meals. We can warmly recommend combining chamois hunt with a family holiday - there are plenty of things for the whole family to enjoy in Austria during both summer and winter.
Gasthof Kohlmayr, is a historic, very comfortable hotel in Gmünd. The hotel stands on a small square in the town. A solid breakfast is included in the price. Eating out in Austria is very reasonably priced, and there are a number of restaurants in Gmünd, where you can sample traditional Austrian specialities. Another possibility is to stay in a hunting cottage in the hunting district....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
Scientific 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....Read more
Trophy fees incl.20% VAT :
(According to the CIC-Formula)
Female (Nanny) and male (billy)
Up to 55 CIC-Points € 1.150,-
55,01 - 65 CIC-Points € 1.300,-
65,01 - 75 CIC-Points € 1.450,-
75,01 - 85 CIC-Points € 1.750,-
85,01 - 90 CIC-Points € 2.100,-
90,01 - 95 CIC-Points € 2.300,-
95,01-100 CIC-Points € 2.500,-
over 100 CIC-Points + 130,- per CIC-Points over 100
NB: Wounding: 50% of the estimated trophy size.