Ralia Estate is a traditionally run family estate located in the stunning Cairngorm National Park on the banks of the famous River Spey.
The estate runs to 23,000 acres and offers a diverse range of quality shooting from driven grouse, pheasants and partridges to duck flighting, red deer stalking and shooting over pointers.
Out of shooting hours there is fishing available on the River Spey and Truim. There is also a stocked loch and pitch and putt golf course in the grounds of the lodge.
The Drumochter hills are home to Ralia estate’s driven grouse shoot which is famed for it’s spectacular contours and challenging high grouse targets. Ralia offers outstanding grouse shooting in Munro country with lines of butts at 2,700 ft.
Ralia estate can also offer grouse over pointer days, the traditional and specialist way to shoot grouse using the estate’s very own highly trained and responsive pointers.
Ralia is a well established and compact driven partridge shoot encompassing heather moorland and steep woodland banks.
We offer a wonderful mix of drives from simulated grouse type drives to high partridge drives. With 35 driven days a year, bags range from 500 bird days in September to 100/150 bird days in January.
Deer stalking in Scotland has centuries of history and tradition behind it and is an excellent way to experience the rugged terrain and unique wildlife of the Highlands. Ralia can offer red deer stalking for both stags and hinds on the dramatic North Drumochter hills or the low lying Ralia hill.
Deer Stalking at Ralia Estate
Stalking for stags takes place in the first 3 weeks of October during the rut where the estate’s team of experienced and professional keepers will endeavour to ensure each guest has a memorable and exhilarating experience.
Rough shooting is available for parties of 2 – 6 guns on a walked up and mini drive basis shooting a wide variety of game – pheasant, partridge, grouse, snipe, woodcock, duck and hare.