France is one of the most emblematic and historical countries in the world that combines the old traditions and a splendid culture. France is also one of the most exclusive destinations when looking for high quality trophies (we harvest world records every year) and tough and wild mountain hunting.
Our private lands provide large Mouflons, spectacular European Red Deers, Fallow Deers (common, black and white), Sika deers (Japanese and Dywoski) or Wild Boars. On the other hand, our free-range areas provide extraordinary mountain hunting for four different varieties of Chamois: Pyrenean, Alpine, Vercors and Chartreuse. In resume, an assorted chart of hunting opportunities show up at our eyes that will satisfy even the most demanding hunters.
The hunter and his partner will be able to go on a fantastic trip combining extraordinary trophy hunting with the pleasant French culture, visiting its Champagne cellars, its beautiful castles or even visiting Paris.

The Mouflons found in France are possibly the ones with the best genetics in the world. In consequence, really big trophies can be hunted. In fact, listing your trophies in the top ranking of the record book is quite possible as some of our Mouflons are huge. Beyond its big body (bigger than the Iberian, for example) and its nice winter coat, its horns are massive regarding their length and thickness, becoming an incomparable trophy.
The stalk is conducted in a forestry area offering lots of hides to all the game inhabiting there. So, that joined to the sharpen sight sense of the European Mouflon, hunting them becomes a nice challenge.

The European Red Deer is the biggest one among all those living in Europe. A mature male normally develop big antlers that may reach 25 kg. (55 lb.) with 20 or more points. Its body, is notoriously bigger than any other (around 300 kg ~ 650 lb.), becoming dark brown and holding a hairy collar around the neck
The Red Deer hunt is extremely exciting, especially during the rut period. Guided by the thunderous call of the bulls that proclaim their territory and try to keep their harem of females free of other males, we can try to chase them on foot. It is a pure hunt!

The Sika Deer comprises several subspecies in the world: Manchurian, Formosan, Japanese and Dywoski, although only the last two were introduced in France for hunting.
The Japanese Sika is the smallest one, whose weight is about 50 kg. (120 lb.). It has a beautiful dark coat with a visible mark on the head, which is very characteristic and common among all the Sika Deers. On the other hand, the Sika Dywoski is the biggest one, who weights over 150 kg. (350 lb.). Its coat is grayish with some white spots on the back.

France also offers the possibility to hunt different varieties of the Fallow Deer: common, black or white. They may become quite big, which is usual to find them in the first positions of the record books.

France holds four different varieties of Chamois, despite only three are listed and recognized by organizations as the SCI or the OVIS, by the moment. In this way, France becomes the country with the largest variety of Chamois. Those hunters interested in collections must note that it is possible to combine them all in only one trip.
The Pyrenean Chamois ((Rupicapra pyrenaica pyrenaica) inhabits in the Pyrenees, in the South of France and North of Spain. It is the smallest one among the four French Chamois. Its winter cape is dark brown with some reddish, and clear or pale hair in the face or the throat. The horns are intermediate between the Cantabrian Chamois (inhabiting in Spain and the smallest in the world) and the Alpine Chamois.

The Alpine Chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra rupicapra) is found in the French Alps and some other countries in Central Europe. It has a big body, normally around 40 kg. (90 lb.) with long legs, condition that make him taller than any other. Its horns are thick, straight and long whose hook start its curvature at the very end. Its coloring is dark and has a clear spot along the throat.

The Vercors Chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra vercorsica) is found in the Vercors Massif, and for some people it is a variety of the Chartreuse or even the same one. However, its features make a difference among all of them. Its body is smaller than the Alpine chamois and its skin color is grayish. As happens with the Chartreuse Chamois, the horns are thicker than the Alpine Chamois.

The Chartreuse Chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra cartusiana) is located in the Chartreuse massif, in Northern Alps, in southeastern France. It has the biggest body among all of them, whose weight is usually around 50 kg. (100 lb.). Its legs are shorter and darker than the Alpine Chamois, but it has a very white face and strip along the chest. Its horns are thicker than any but the hook is less curved than the others.


Mouflons & Deers: The hunting area is located 150 km. or 1’5 hours away from Charles de Gaulle airport (Paris), in the Champagne region. The area holds 300 fenced hectares of thick vegetation based in old pine forests and clear pastures. The hunt is organized on spot-and-stalking, walking across the woods. Despite not being demanding, the hunter can walk many miles a day until harvesting its desired trophy.
The area offers a beautiful cottage where the hunter can relax and enjoy a warm and familiar atmosphere. However, sleeping is offered in magnificent hotels, some surrounded by champagne vineyards.

Pyrenean Chamois: The hunting area is located from 2 to 2’5 hours away from Barcelona or Toulouse airports. The hunt is absolutely free-range and organized in the highest mountains of the Pyrenees. As any other mountain hunt, the hunter must be physically prepared for long walks and big slopes. However, due to the existence of a long system of mountain roads, it can be some accommodated to the hunter. Other game like free-range Mouflons are found in the area. The accommodation is offered in a beautiful and charming hotel located in town.

Alpine Chamois: At a few kilometers from Basel, our specific area for the Alpine Chamois is found. The hunt is mostly conducted in the forests where the Chamois hide when the snow falls. It is not as physically demanding as other mountain hunts, but a good condition is preferred. The accommodation is provided in mountain cottages or small hotels located close to the hunting area.

Vercors & Chartreuse Chamois: They represent the two most exclusive Chamois in France and in the world. They both are hunted in two National Parks (Chartreuse and Vercors) accessible from the airport of Lyon. This is a classic mountain hunt, based on spot and stalk, so the hunters must be in a good shape. Good shooting skills are required as normal shots are made around +250 m. (+275 yd.). In both areas, we accommodate our hunters in cozy mountain hotels.


Regular hunting season from October to February.


Fenced area for Mouflons & Deers. Free range for Chamois.


Moderated for Mouflons & Deers. Difficult for Chamois.


Warm and cozy hotels near the hunting areas.


Minimum 2 hunting days are required for a single species.