Traditional Finnish moose hunts are held in the diverse terrain of Pohjois-Sarvilahti. From wast fields to hardwood forests, the wide variety of landscapes provides an exciting and challenging array of hunting experiences.
After the hunt you’re invited to the historical manner house to get familiar with the history of Sarvilahti.
Conference space and hospitality services can be provided upon request.
All participants are required to own a hunting license from their homeland with proof of hunting rights for big game such as moose/elk. In other cases the test has to be done in Finland.
Small game such as rabbit or fox can be hunted upon request.
For more information visit http://riista.fi/en/foreign-guest-needs-able-hunt-finland/ or give us a call.
Want to hunt with your own dog! Leave us a message or call and buy your own license for the season!
History of Sarvilahti
Sarvilahti was founded by Creutz. in 1683 Baron Lorentz Creutz built Suur-sarvilahti Manor, later on after Creutz, the family of Von Born inherited the lands.
In 1907 Baron Viktor M. Von Born decided it was time to divide Sarvilahti, So the eldest son Ernst Von Born stayed at Suur-sarvilahti as the second son was granted Northern-Sarvilahti, so in 1914 a second manor was built.
Sarvilahti Hunting Trips