Wild challenging sport is available on Gaick Estate for the adventurous sportsman. The ground is steep in places and rises to over 3000ft. The walked-up grouse shooting and red deer stalking is challenging but extremely rewarding, taking in some of the most breathtaking scenery on this 19,500 acre traditional sporting estate. The estate is run in a traditional way and Garron ponies are still used to retrieve the stags and grouse during the season. The headkeeper, Davie McGibbon, will make your sporting experience a memorable one.

The estate shoot 100 stags and 150 hinds each season as well as approximately 350 brace of grouse during August. Exceptional hind stalking can also be offered to guests during November and the early part of December before the snow arrives. Gaick can accommodate two rifles on the hill each day during the main part of the stalking season.

Gaick also offers wild brown trout fishing on numerous estate lochs during the season. Fishing from boat and the bank. There is also a chance of a salmon on the River Feshie, by arrangement, on the neighbouring estate.

Gaick Lodge will not be available from 2016.