Kuban (Western) Tur hunting in Russia
Kuban (Western) Tur hunting in Russia
Kuban (Western) Tur hunting in Russia
Kuban (Western) Tur hunting in Russia
Kuban (Western) Tur hunting in Russia

Kuban (Western) Tur hunting in Russia

Kuban Tur is a highly desirable trophy. Only comparatively small part of Caucasus Mountains holds population of Kuban TurHunting is a great challenging experience. Many hunters in the past got back home without seeing a single ram. We changed the situation completely. Since 2005 our clients had 100% opportunity and almost 100% sucess.
This trip can also be nicely combined with Caucasian Chamois hunt. Kuban Tur counts both towards the Ovis and Capra World Slams, and Chamois counts towards the Capra World Slam.
See our clients in SCI Record Book: Butch Kuflak, David F. Myrup, Dennis Campbell, Eduardo J.M. Gerlero, Gary D. Parker, George Harms, Jeffery L. Meyerl, Larry S. Lewis, Mike J. Borel, Richard Sand.

Hunting packages

Ask for kuban tur hunting package details and special tur hunt prices via:
Tur hunting request
Email jagd@profihunt.com
Skype profihunt-jagd, profihunt-asia, profihunt-russia

We are all committed to make your trip to Russia the rewarding it should be.  Book you hunt in advance in order you to be guides one of our professional English-speaking hunters as Alexey Maximov, Alexey Budin or Alexader Petrushenko. They all have over 10 years experience and do guding at least 100 days a year. You will be met one of  them  upon your arrival at the airport in Moscow. This ensures personal attention and flexibility. Book with us and enjoy.

Hunting season

The season is from August 1 to November 25 with the optimal period from September 1 to October 15.

Kuban Tur hunting tips

We provide horse back hunting for Kuban Tur. Expect extensive horseback riding, considerable walking and hiking. Some knowledge and experience with horses and riding is a must. During the day you may travel the upper edges of the mountains, glassing the hillsides and feeding areas. A temporary tented camp is set up with the specific goal of hunting a particular animal or area. Rams are generally located in very remote country at 9,000 feet / 3,000 m. Once the trophy is spotted you complete your stalk on foot. Physical condition is an important factor for stalking during the hunt.

Hunting Base Camps

You will be accommodated in tented camps at 5,100 feet / 2,700 m. We use big comfortable tents with cots. Electric generator is used to provide lighting and charging. Shower is available.

How to get there

You arrive to Moscow International Airport; our crew meets you there, assists through the customs and takes to hotel. Next morning you fly to Mineralnye Vody. Flight from Moscow to Mineralnye Vody lasts around two hours.

Weather in Russia

Weather is quite unpredictable. Day and night temperatures have wide amplitude due to high altitude and surrounding glaciers. Afternoon fog is usual. August, mid-September: daytime highs are 77-80°F/ 22-25°C, with lows of 35-40°F/ 3-10°C. In mid-September, October daytime temperatures are 50-59°F/10-15°C with 15-23°F / -8-5°C at night. Snow can be expected at the tops in first decade of September.

Kuban Tur hunting video in Russia



Kuban (Western) Tur hunting in Russia
Kuban (Western) Tur hunting in Russia
Kuban (Western) Tur hunting in Russia
Kuban (Western) Tur hunting in Russia
Kuban (Western) Tur hunting in Russia