Sweden and Scotland stand as quintessential European hunting destinations.

To hunt the highlands, where the resounding roars of Red stags resonate, is an experience that sends shivers down your spine. Alternatively, hunting the elusive Roebuck is a must while you are there. You can go fly fishing for salmon and trout, troll for pike and seatrout, indulge in a round of golf, or, of course, explore whisky distilleries. These are just a few of the diverse activities we can facilitate during your stay.

Included in the hunt package are one Scottish Red stag and one Swedish Roebuck. However, there is no set limit on the number of stags you can harvest, with additional stags available for a trophy fee.

Hunting in Sweden

Your hunt begins in the Swedish landscape where you’ll hunt Roebucks in fields and small woodland areas—prime habitat for these graceful little deer. These hunts typically unfold during the early morning or late evening hours. It’s worth noting that Sweden boasts some of the best trophy Roebuck hunting opportunities in the world. In addition to roe deer, in Sweden you can also hunt European Red stag, European moose, Fallow stag, Mouflon, Wild boar, and even European Bison, not to mention the superb wingshooting.

Hunting in Scotland

Crossing over to the Scottish highlands, the Red stag hunting becomes the focal point of your hunt—a classic endeavor of spot and stalk. While the Red stags of Scotland may not be as large as their European counterparts, the experience is nothing short of remarkable. Aside from the Red stag, Scotland also has some great hunting for Sika Stags, provided we receive prior notification of your interest in these additional species.

Non-hunters are cordially welcomed into this Highland haven.

The very ambiance of the region lends itself to a profoundly relaxing holiday. For those eager to delve further into the cultural tapestries of Sweden and Scotland, our outfitter is adept at organizing sightseeing excursions within the vicinity. Additionally, opportunities for local shopping, with a focus on tweed and other indigenous products, abound. Some of the more popular tours include visits to Loch Ness, the Inverness whisky distillery, Stockholm, and the Royal Palace, to name just a few.

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Hunter glassing for stags


  • 1 Scottish Red Stag
  • 1 Swedish Roebuck
  • Stalker (Guide)
  • All Organization of Hunt
  • All Transportation During Hunt

*You can upgrade or add additional stags/species/tours to your trip a la carte.

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  • Flights to Stockholm and Edinburgh
  • Meals and Accommodation
  • Trophy Fees for Extra Animals
  • Hunting License
  • Sightseeing Guide
  • Airport Transfer
  • Gun Rental
  • Fly Fishing, Wingshooting, Golf
  • Cleaning of Trophy
  • Trip Insurance
  • Tips


You will fly to Stockholm, Sweden (ARN).

Stockholm Arlanda Airport is Sweden’s largest airport, and is a juncture between Stockholm and other Swedish cities as well as the rest of the world. You’ll be picked up at the airport by the outfitter and it is about a 45 minute drive by car to the lodge.

After the Swedish hunt, you’ll take a flight to Edinburgh where you can either arrange a rental car or the outfitter can pick you up for a small fee. It will then be about a three hour drive through the Scottish countryside.

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Scotland Gallery

Sweden Gallery

Pre-Trip Preparation

Physical preparation

This hunt is not exceptionally strenuous, however it may involve a good bit of walking in hilly terrain. Being in reasonable shape is recommended.

After a day of hunting, retire to the accommodations of your choice, nestled amidst the picturesque European countryside. Relax and unwind in the cozy ambiance of our accommodations, where you can indulge in hearty cuisine and share stories of the day’s adventures with fellow hunters.


If you’re bringing your own rifle, we recommend anything you are comfortable with from a 6.5 Creedmoor to a 300 Win Mag. Shooting distances are typically between 100 and 300 yards.

Suggested gear list

Be sure to talk to the outfitter prior to your hunt about what to bring, but here are the essentials for this hunt:

  • Hunting Clothing – Bring what you would normally take on a typical week long, fall hunt in the States. Layers are preferable since it’s an active hunt. The temperature should be between 45-55 Degrees F with the risk of rain.
  • Good pair of comfortable, broken in hunting boots.
  • Backpack with all of your regular hunting essentials.
  • Bring the highest quality binoculars that you can afford. A spotting scope is optional.
  • Rifle and shells.
  • Sunscreen, chapstick, a towel, bedroll/sleeping bag and personal items.
  • Cash for tips and small purchases while in Europe.

In the Field

Lodging and accommodations

Accommodations are not included in the price of your hunt, but we will give you vetted recommendations ranging from a hotel to a castle. It is up to you to decide where your group would like to stay, and how much you would like to spend on food and lodging.


To bring your rifle into the UK, the outfitter will need a copy of your passport, hunting license and weapon ownership document (Form 4457). Gun rentals can be arranged.

typical daily schedule
  • DAY 1: Arrive at Stockholm, Sweden airport, and then drive approximately 45 minutes to the lodge.
  • DAY 2-4: Hunting days.
  • DAY 5: Arrive at Edinburgh, Scotland airport, approximately three hour drive to the hunting area.
  • DAY 6-8: Hunting days.
  • DAY 8: Depart
Your guide (STALKER)

Our expert guides are not only knowledgeable about the local wildlife and hunting techniques but also well-versed in ensuring a safe and responsible hunting experience. They will provide you with essential guidance and support throughout your journey, ensuring that you make the most of your hunt while adhering to ethical and sustainable practices.

The fact that you can communicate easily in the English language is often seen as an important advantage. The exquisite Scottish accent comes at no extra charge.

Booking Information

Outdoors International. Live like you mean it.Interested in booking this trip? If you have not yet received pricing please request it here, and be sure to reference the trip number at the top of this page. Please note that reservations are not considered finalized until agreed upon deposit is received. This ensures agreed upon dates and current pricing. Quality outfitters are in high demand so let us know right away, as some trips do book years in advance.

When you’re ready to book, if you haven’t already ask your Outdoors International Consultant for updated pricing.

If it looks good, your consultant will write up a booking agreement for you. Remember, our service is free to you. There are no added costs.