Drummond Estates offers high quality, traditional highland stalking with hill ponies, driven and walked up pheasant shooting, pigeon shooting and duck and geese shooting all set in magnificent and historical surroundings.
Glenartney was a Royal Deer Forest from the time of James I of Scotland and was the favourite hunting ground of the Stewarts. Prince Albert shot his first Scottish stag at Glenartney in September 1842. The Estate is easily accessible as a day’s excursion from Edinburgh or Glasgow. The Estate also offers simulated game clay pigeon shooting in realistic settings as practice or a day’s sport in its own right.
Pigeon shooting is offered from July to September. Driven and walked up pheasant shooting is available from October to January, wiith duck and geese available from October to January.
Shooting – Wood Pigeon – July – September
Shooting – Pheasant – October – January
Shooting – Duck and Geese – October – January
Shooting – Clay Pigeon
Shooting – Simulated Game
Deer Stalking/Hunting – Red Stags – 1st September – 20th October
Deer Stalking/Hunting – Red Hinds – 21st October – 15th February
Other Field Sports – Clay Pigeon Shooting
A variety of accommodation is available locally in the Crieff and Comrie area but is not provided by the Estate
Simulated game – for more information go to https://www.simulatedgameshooting.com