Trophy Hunting

  Pyrenean Chamois
Rupricapra Pyrenaica Pyrenaica

(male) Shoulder height 29-30 inches (74-76 cm). Weight 55-90 pounds (25-41 kg). Summer coat is reddish, turning brown in winter. Underparts are pale. Rump, throat, lower jaw and front of face are yellowish. Larger and darker than the Cantabrian chamois, with longer, thicker horns.

Distribution: Steep alpine mountains, pine forest and rocky cliffs, which altitude goes up to 8,000 feet. Locally in the Pyrenees Mountains of northeastern Spain and southern France. From 3h to 5h North of Barcelona, right on the French border.

Season: October - January.

Rut: usually from the last week of October to the 3rd week of November.

Difficulty: Challenging but feasible for most of the hunters due to the multiple dirt roads along the hunting area.

Method: Spot & stalk.

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