It’s the 12th of July so that means only 1 thing, we are 1 month away from the Glorious 12th, the beginning of the season for Grouse hunting in Scotland 2017! We have been practising our shooting quite a bit to be ready for the season, see below for a very short slow-motion video.
2017 so far…..
A Summer holiday in Scotland is without a doubt one of the best and most memorable, Scotland is truly a unique place to visit. With the wealth of culture, history, beautiful scenery and of course country sports, you are never short of activities when spending your summer holiday in Scotland.
Scroll to the bottom of the page for a small photos gallery of the summer so far.
Country Sports North Coast 500
America has Route 66, Scotland has the North Coast 500. The route around the north of Scotland comprises 516 miles of stunning highland scenery, open coastal roads, lochs, mountains and glens.
River & Green are offering our clients the opportunity to take on the North Coast 500 in combination with some of the finest country sports Scotland has to offer. As well as enjoying the incredible coastal and highland scenery you will have the opportunity to play golf on the historic course at Nairn, fish for salmon on the River Ness, stalk red deer stags in the wilderness around Loch Inver and hunt woodcock on the Applecross peninsula amongst many other opportunities. See the map below for more suggestions for activities along the way or contact us today for a detailed itinerary.
River & Green are delighted to announce the appointment of our new agent in Mexico, Mr. Francois Jonker.
Our aim is to provide our clients with the best possible personalised sporting holidays in Scotland and over the years we have arranged hunting, fishing and golf trips in Scotland for clients from across the world including the USA, Canada, Scandinavia, Germany, Russia, Italy, India, Qatar and the UAE to name but a few. With the help of Francois and his expert knowledge of the region, we are now looking forward to extending our services to Mexico and neighbouring countries for the first time. Read more