Stalking

We offer an excellent stalking experience on Benmore and Glenforsa with spectacular scenery of Mull and the surrounding islands.

On Benmore, the deer forest landscape ranges from the native woodlands alongside Loch Ba and within Glen Clachaig through the sheltered, deep and wide corries of Glen Clachaig and Glen Cannel to the dominant peaks above.  There are two stalking beats, namely ‘home beat’ and ‘far side’ accommodating upto two groups.

Glenforsa Estate is dominated by the wide Forsa Glen with the river Forsa running through and Beinn Talliadh in distance.  The Glen is characterised by natural and planted woodlands and is a natural wintering ground for many stags.

Our experienced stalkers, Donald Bisset and Andrew Gorthy will accompany you on the hill and will often recover the deer carcass by dragging or Argocats.  The carcasses are then taken to our own refrigerated larder for processing.  Guests are welcome to use our rifles.

We manage the wild red deer and maintain a healthy and productive population to promote high-quality stags through selective culling.

Stalking on Benmore Estate, Isle of Mull

Stalking on Benmore Estate, Isle of Mull

Stalking on Benmore Estate, Isle of Mull

Stalking on Benmore Estate, Isle of Mull

Stalking Seasons:

Our stag season runs from 1st July to the 20th October
Our Hind season runs from 21st October to the 15th February..