Our most recommended Chamois hunt, is for The World’s largest, who can be pursued in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania.
Carpathian Chamois Hunting, Romania
Hunting Season: 15th September – 15th December (We recommend a hunt between 20th October & 20th November as the best time to secure a Chamois)
Although a small animal, the chamois is one of the most important beasts to chase in Europe. Its agility and natural intelligence, and the high and difficult mountains in which it lives render it one of the finest quarries of the true hunter. Chamois can be found in most of the high ranges in Central and Southern Europe, their range extending from the Pyrenees to the Caucasus and from the Southern Carpathians to Albania.
The carpathian Chamois is generally considered to be the largest in the World, and certainly he still holds the World record at 141CIC points. More reasonably priced than in Austria, and certainly holding bigger heads with a high density, Romania is considered the finest destination in the World for Chamois, and is our first choice for hunters.
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.
We cover Turkey, Europe and several other continents, including Africa and Oceania.