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Spain’s Finest Big Game Mountain Hunts

We are a full-service outfitter offering hospitality and guided hunts for the following Big Game Mountain Species.


Beceite Ibex

Found in the coastal mountains of Spain and the largest of the 4 expressions, the Beceite Ibex is considered to be the most desired hunt of the species. Not only do they have the largest body mass, but their horns also extend to an impressive width.


Gredos Ibex

The Gredos Ibex is the most famous and most well-known type of Spanish Ibex. They inhabit the Gredos Mountains in the western part of the country. They have survived as a royal species protected by the Kings of Old Spain.


Southeastern Ibex

Southeastern Spanish Ibex is common across the Sierra Nevada in Granada, Spain, a large mountainous region across the Southern coast of the country near the sea.


Ronda Ibex

Ronda Ibex are the smallest of the 4 types of Spanish Ibex. They are isolated in a small mountain area in the Malaga province of Spain. These Ibex have unique body mass and horn configuration growing shorter, straighter horns.


Iberian Mouflon Sheep

One of the world’s smallest wild sheep, resembling a slim domestic sheep except that it has a normal coat of hair, any wool being concealed beneath. We hunt these little guys in the Pyrenees; they live even higher than the Chamois.


Pyrenean Chamois

This is the largest of the two native Chamois of Spain, both body and horns are larger than the Cantabrian Chamois.


European Roe Deer

Called the “forest elf”, the European roe deer is one of the smallest deer in world. It is widely known as a symbol of the European hunting tradition.


Iberian Red Stag

For the deer hunter, Spain boasts its own native Red Stag, hunted primarily in the Pyrenees. Though smaller than its European cousin, it makes for a superb hunt, especially during the rut.


European Fallow Deer

The European Fallow Deer, though smaller than the Red Stag, presents large, well-palmated antlers, and continues to be a great forest hunt for our clients in the Pyrenees Mountains.


Balearean Goat

The oldest remains of this species have been dated to 2030 B.C. by archeologists that have studied the fauna of the Mediterranean Sea. The Balearean Goat is indigenous to the Island of Majorca.


Cantabrian Chamois

The Cantabrian Chamois is smaller than the Pyrenean Chamois, and a good challenge to hunt.

Spanish Ibex Slam

Trophy Hunting Spain offers the opportunity to achieve your Spanish Ibex Slam (Beceite, Gredos, Southeastern & Ronda Ibex) in 12 days, during the Fall, Winter or Spring.

We usually start the trip in Madrid, from where we will transfer to the Gredos Mountains and hunt for Gredos Ibex. When successful, the morning after we will transfer South, to Ronda, where we will hunt for Ronda Ibex for 2 or 3 days. When successful, we will drive to the Sierra Nevada Mountains, where we will hunt for Southeastern Ibex. Then we will drive N.E., to one of our areas for Beceite Ibex, where we will hunt for 2 or 3 days more. We will end the trip in Barcelona.

This way you will hunt all 4 Spanish Ibex as well as you will have the chance to visit the 2 most famous cities in Spain, Madrid & Barcelona. Definitely this is a great couple-trip, all 4 hunting areas have many historical highlights to visit for the non-hunters companions.

Capra World Slam

Did you know that in Spain you can achieve half of the Capra World Slam in one trip?

The Capra World Slam requires 12 different species of Capras (wild goats) species, which of  6 can be hunted in Spain in the same trip: Pyrenean Chamois; Cantabrian Chamois; Beceite Ibex; Gredos Ibex; Southeastern Ibex; and Ronda Ibex. We usually start the trip in Madrid, hunt for Cantabrian Chamois first, then we complete the Spanish Ibex Slam like described above, and we extend the trip at the end and hunt for Pyrenean Chamois, ending the trip in Barcelona.

For this hunt we need to schedule 18 days, during the end of October – early November, or late April – early May.