As far as mountain hunting is concerned, there are several different hunting areas in the Pyrenees. Regardless of whether it is one or the other hunting area, you hunt in a very nice mountain terrain in the Pyrenees. Here there is a very good population of chamois and mouflons, and since the hunting pressure is minimal, good trophies can also be expected, and at prices that are significantly lower than on the Spanish side of the Pyrenees.
The hunting period for chamois and mouflon is from 15 October until the end of February, and you can hunt every day of the week.
The best hunting period for chamois is from mid/late October to the end of November, which is the chamois' rutting period.
The best mouflon hunting period is during the rut, which extends from mid-November to mid-December.
Male and female are hunted and both of them are trophy-bearing. In general, only old animals of 8 years or older are hunted. Medal trophies (bronze and silver) are shot every year.
Only older mouflon rams of +5 years are shot and the chance for a big mouflon ram is extremely good. Mouflon rams with horn lengths of over 80 cm are shot every year.