Hunting trips in Austria

Hunting trips

in Austria

Austria is a country with deep hunting traditions and history, a country that offers high quality hunting services and a great variety of trophies. Wing shooting, big game and small game, free range and fenced areas, individual hunts and group arrangements, hunting in the mountains and plain lands, top luxury accommodation and cozy hospitable hunting lodges – Austrian hunting opportunities have no limits. Enjoy one of the best world hunting destinations!



1 January – 31 December: Wild boar hunting
15 April – 15 October: European roe deer hunting
1 June – 15 January: Mouflon hunting
1 July – 31 December: Alpine chamois hunting
1 August – 15 January: Alpine ibex and Red deer hunting
1 September – 15 January: Fallow deer hunting



Day 1

Arrival in Austria, meet & greet. Transfer to the hotel, overnight

Day 2-5

Several days of hunting (4 hunting days at average)

Day 6

Transfer back to the airport, departure.


It is mainly spot-and-stalk hunting. Mountains are rather comfortable for trekking, with medium level of physical exercise. The average shooting distance varies from 100 meters/yards up to 300 meters/yards.
Wild boar driven hunts are organized upon request.

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Accommodation options are very different, that can be small hotels located within a 30-40-minute drive from the hunting areas or private twelfth century castles with unique design and antique furniture and relics.

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We choose the exact hunting area in Austria depending on the priority trophies. Our main free-range hunting areas are located in a 1,5-2 hour drive to the south from Vienna. Our main fenced areas - in 2-hours’ drive to the west from Vienna.


Alpine Ibex
Alpine Chamois
European Red Deer
European Bison Western
Eurasian Wild Boar
European Roe deer
European Fallow Deer


Austria is a great place to combine family holidays and hunting. Everyone finds something to enjoy, like skis and boards, hiking through Austrian landscapes or splendid summer days on one of the nine famous Austrian lakes.
If your stay is short-term, do not forget to do sightseeing in splendid Vienna or Salzburg. We are happy to assist you with the matter.


“Immerse yourself in the outdoor experience. It will cleanse your soul and make you a better person.” – Fred Bear

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need a visa to visit Austria

    Austria is part of the Schengen area. Citizens of many countries do not need an entry visa to Austria. Please check if your country is on the list or send us a request for detailed information.

  • What is the average shooting distance in Austria?

    It averages 100 – 250 yards/meters, depending on the hunting area and game species.

  • Is Vienna the only airport of arrival?

    We recommend arriving in Vienna, because it is very convenient to get to the different hunting grounds from here. However, other local airports can also be used, depending on the hunting area chosen. If you plan to bring your own gun, then you might want to arrive in the neighboring Hungary and its capital Budapest. The Hungarian gun entry requirements are easier than those of Austria.

  • Can I hunt with a bow in Austria?

    No, at the bow hunting in not allowed in Austria. Also, any kind of electronic sights and night vision devices and thermal sights are prohibited.

  • Can I combine hunting in Austria and a trip to another European country?

    Yes, of course. There are many flights and comfortable car transfers available in Europe, allowing quick transportation and combining several hunts in different destinations. For example, you can hunt for Alpine Ibex in Austria and then go to France for a Chamois hunt. Contact us and we will prepare an individual itinerary for you.

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