The pheasant and partridge shooting at Glamis is an internationally renowned shoot that provides challenging birds and first class hospitality across the 14,000 acre Estate and Castle. The topography at Glamis lends itself to partridge and some interesting drives are enjoyed at the beginning of the season.
Hunters Hill on the Estate is a mixed woodland of approximately 400 acres and as its name implies has been a traditional hunting ground since the 13th Century. This is the location of some of the best pheasant drives on the Estate. The mature timber and topography allows the birds to be shown over the treetops and provides some spectacular sport.
A variety of driven days are available for up to 9 guns shooting between 150 and 500 birds.
As well as enjoying the excellent sport, your day will include drinks and lunch with wine in the 16th Century Chambers, returning there for tea whilst the bag is counted at the end of the day.