Whether you are an experienced shot or looking for your first outing, with both Roe and Fallow deer, Glenericht has something to offer.
The Glenericht fallow make up one of the only moorland fallow populations in the country and with 95% of the population being melanistic, it is not your standard fallow stalk. The fallow herald from the original Dunkeld herd released in 1850s. Spreading over moorland and along the glen, the fallow fill a niche much more similar to Red deer giving a mixture of hill and woodland stalking opportunities.
Glenericht roe deer are ‘genetically Scottish’ where by comparison, those south of the river Tay are descended from German stock re-introduced by the Victorians in 19th Century. The Scottish roe have have slender bodies and long antlers. The solitary lifestyle lead by the Roe make them a challenging and exciting beast to stalk.
Glenericht Estate offers fully guided stalks with an experienced stalker. Outings can range from a three hour trip in the morning or afternoon to a full day stalk from first to last light.
For full terms and conditions, or to book a stalk please send an enquiry using the contact form.