Hunt in mountainous terrain on the lodge’s 12,000 acre prime stag habitat. Cypress dominates the area with mixed timber providing great habitat for red deer. Features include open staging areas, thick bamboo stands, mountain lakes, and enough vegetation to support a large resident stag population. This hunt is 100% fair chase and is reserved for a maximum of six hunters. Horseback is the preferred method of hunting. The seven bedroom lodge is stunning with amazing views of alpine lakes. Their resident chef will amaze your taste buds with a 5-star dining experience. Single hunters welcome.
Located in the Andes Mountains, this 14,000 acre property offers challenging stalks in the thickly forested and rugged mountains of this beautiful and famous private ranch. The hunting grounds lie within the boundary of the Lanin National Park. The season operates from March to late April.
Guests stay at the Lago Hermoso Lodge, a mountain chalet that overlooks Lake Hermoso and the Chilean border. The lodge offers posh lodging in four double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms. Their chef provides outstanding dining with a focus on local cuisine accompanied by fine Argentine wine.
Necessities are high-quality binoculars, comfortable hiking boots, kneepads and leather gloves for stalking. A complete gear list will be sent upon booking your reservation.
Fly commercially to Buenos Aires and onward service to San Carlos Bariloche or San Martin de los Andes. Lago Hermoso lies 23 miles south of San Martin in the heart of Northern Patagonia.
6 night, 5 day hunt is $8,400 per person. Includes one trophy red stag up to “320 SCI and full room / board at the lodge. Hunting license, export permits, gun rental, and shipping back to the U.S. is not included.
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