"This pristine mountain hunting area (14 kilometers x 7 kilometers) is one of the most beautiful I have seen in 25 years of living and hunting in Europe. It is a huge Alpine bowl with mountains on three sides, inhabited by most of the common species of central Europe including, red stag, roe deer, wild boar, Alpine chamois and (very importantly) Alpine ibex. There are absolutely no fences whatsoever - this is a purely free-range hunting area. The revier is managed by two Berufsjäger (professional hunters), who reside on the property full-time. They speak some English and are young, enthusiastic guides of exceptional talent and experience. "Our firm is pleased to have been selected as the marketing agent for this project. The property has only been used for the private enjoyment of members of the Swarovski family and their invited guests and will still be used for this purpose. A portion of the annual shooting quota (in all categories, including the very best trophies) will be available to paying guests on a very limited basis.
"As opportunities for shooting Class 1 (over 10 years of age) Alpine ibex in a free-range environment are very few in Europe, I expect this will be the most important item - especially for sheep and goat hunters who are reluctant to hunt behind wire. The population of ibex on this hunting revier is exceptionally high and enormous trophies are available, albeit in very limited quantity. The Swarovski family will probably only allow one or two ibex each year, and hunters who are interested specifically in this species should book well in advance of their intended hunting date.
"Customers will be accommodated in a guest house, currently being renovated and modernized. The structure dates back to the Hapsburg........(continued)