The Wierzchlas state hunting district is 11,773 ha.in size, of which 7,068 ha. is forest and the remaining 4,705 ha. consists of farmland, meadow and wetlands. The forest consists predominantly of conifers, with scattered areas of oak and birch. The district is mainly flat, although some parts are gently hilly. There are numerous lakes and ponds, both large and small. Wierzchlas has more than 100 high seats/stands and 30 feeding places. It is also possible to carry out an exciting hunt from a horse drawn wagon, provided that this is booked in advance. Up to 5 hunters can be catered for when hunting individually, while the very popular combination hunts can be arranged for groups of up to 7 - 8 hunters.
The district is home to roe deer, red deer, wild boar and a small population of fallow deer. Around 90 roebucks are taken here every year. The majority of these have a trophy size of under 280g net, but bucks with a trophy of over 300g are also produced. The annual red stag quota is 25 - the vast majority of trophies having a weight of between 4 - 5 kg. However stags of over 6kg are taken every year. At present no fallow deer have been released for hunting. Wierzchlas has a dense population of wild boar, and these can be shot on individual hunts throughout he season, and on driven/small driven hunts in the autumn and winter months. Small driven hunts are usually carried out with groups of 5 -8 hunters, in combination with individual hunting.
Wierzchlas is 300km from the border crossing at Kolbaskowo south of Szczecin, just 60 km from Bydgoszcz, which is the nearest large town, and around 150km from the airport at Gdansk, which is the closest international airport.