Arguably the best Gredos ibex hunts in Spain, if not in Europe.
After the Beceite ibes, the Gredos ibex is the largest and darkest of the Spanish ibex. Gredos ibex horns are “lyre-shaped” curving with a spiral of more than 180 degrees with a very thin tip. Gredos ibex hunts take place in the rugged, granite Gredos Mountain range.
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Our goal is to provide our customers with top quality hunts and top quality trophies. We are proud to say that we are the only Spanish Outfitter whose clients have been given twelve different Major Awards Trophy – Europe since 2000. They harvested three World Record Trophies, besides many others trophies ranking in the top ten of the S.C.I. Record Book.” ~The Outfitter
In 2011 Safari Club International awarded this outfitter with the Outstanding International Professional Hunter award.” ~Trevor Brittingham
Gredos ibex hunts take place mid-September through March.
Gredos Ibex hunts are usually done by spot-and-stalk.
Terrain in Spain can range from low hills to high mountains.
Depending on the time year and the region you are Gredos ibex hunting, temperatures vary between 35 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
Trophy quality on this Gredos ibex hunt is very good. This outfitter takes several Gold Medal ibex each year.
This outfitter hunts in top quality, pre-scouted areas. It is very likely to have several chances to shoot every day. Last year they went 100% on over 100 hunts!
You will fly to the Madrid – Barajas Airport where you will be picked up by the outfitter and driven to base camp. Travel during the hunt will be by car.
You will stay at Casas Rojas in the Toledo Mountains, which could be considered the outfitters’ headquarters. You may also stay at top quality hotels as close as possible to the hunting areas. All meals and drinks are included.
Guiding on Spanish ibex hunts is 1×1. You will be guided either by the outfitter himself, or one of his three sons.
We can tailor-make the hunt of your dreams in Spain, and will provide you and your non hunting companion with a most enjoyable time and successful hunt in our Country.” ~The Outfitter