HUNTING IN THE HOHE TAUERN NATIONAL PARK
Hunting chamois amidst the magnificent mountainscape of the Hohe Tauern National Park may well be the ultimate Into the Wild adventure. Stalking wild game surrounded by the awe-inspiring scenery of the Schober, Glockner and Sonnblick mountain ranges is an experience you’ll remember for many years to come.
Our hunting territory covers 3,000 hectares, spanning from alpine pastures to the eternal ice. All our Into the Wild hunting tours take place within the area surrounding Heiligenblut am Grossglockner, and are led by a certified hunting guide. Paths and trails take you up above the tree line, while two rustic huts serve as your basecamps.
Requirements for our Into the Wild hunting tours.
As well as requiring a valid hunting permit, you must be accompanied by our certified hunting guide. We will obtain the permit on your behalf – the price is included in the trophy fee. Prior to your excursion, you must deliver a 200-metre trial shot at the indoor shooting range in Döllach/Grosskirchheim. The tour is carried out in the name of the hunting territory’s owner/leaseholding partners. The regulations of the Carinthian Hunting Law apply.
- Hunting season: 1 August – end of October
- Equipment: good hiking boots (can be rented), standard hunting attire
- Requires a good level of physical fitness
- Minimum stay for hunting guests: 4 days – though we highly recommend at least 7 days
- All trophies will be presented at the next springtime trophy showcase, and have to remain with us until then