The safest method of hunting is from a high seat. It is a peaceful way to spend the day and requires very little fitness, giving the hunter some very unique insights into the behaviour of the Brown Bear. Prior to your hunt our guides will have done some reconnaiance and have a good idea of where a bear to your chosen selection will be moving.
Stalking on foot can also be done in a similar fashion, with our guides knowing where the bears have been moving. This is a more active approach offering some stunning scenery and views, but does not require the fitness of an Alpine mountain hunt. These methods are most successful in early spring, when bears are most active foraging after the winter, or late autumn when they will be concentrated in the hills where the food is more abundant. It is by far the most challenging method of obtaining a bear, and success rates are much lower.