This is a true Capra hunt in beautiful mountain scenery, and a good level of fitness is required. Carpathian Chamois, in our opinion is the most rewarding of European hunts, although there are plenty of beasts and they are not skittish like Ibex, the sportsman will be required to climb and walk long distances. The hunt is conducted on foot using a method of spot and stalk, the most successful method is to get above them and gain the vantage point. Hence the need to climb; for the less able sportsman there are options, however the biggest chamois are always deeper in the mountains.
The Carpathian Mountains are home to some of the world’s biggest chamois, with not only the world record of 141 CIC points, but a total of 7 out of the world’s top 10 Chamois were secured in Romania. The average size of Chamois shot on our grounds will be between 105 – 125 CIC points. The rough terrain in this Mountain range makes this a truly satisfying and challenging hunt. The Chamois is a wary animal with keen senses always on the lookout for predators so is a truly marvellous member of the Real Big 5.