Huntable Subspecies of Ibex

Ibex hunting is a true mountain hunt, they are often referred to as the “poor man’s sheep”.

Ibex hunting is a true mountain hunt, they are often referred to as the “poor man’s sheep”. Often though, an ibex hunt is more challenging than a sheep hunt. They live in higher, steeper, bigger, meaner country and they are more wily as well. Ibex are native to Europe, central Asia and southern Russia, and the average hunt will cost you about the same as a mountain goat hunt North America.

Huntable subspecies of ibex include:

  • Bezoar Ibex  – Turkey – These are probably the prettiest ibex, but also the most expensive.
  • Mid-Asian Ibex – Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan – These are the most common subspecies, therefore the least expensive to hunt. However, they are also the most difficult as they live in extremely high altitudes. It is common to combo these hunts with a Marco Polo sheep.
  • Himalayan Ibex – Pakistan
  • Sindh Ibex – Pakistan
  • Altai Ibex – Mongolia, Russia – Mongolia is considered by many to be one of the safest country to hunt ibex.
  • Gobi Ibex – Mongolia
  • Alpine Ibex – Switzerland, Slovenia
  • Persian Ibex – Iran, New Mexico
  • Beceite Ibex – Spain
  • Gredos Ibex – Spain
  • Southeastern Ibex – Spain
  • Ronda Ibex – Spain
  • Kri-Kri Ibex – Greek Islands, Texas
  • Nubian Ibex – Sudan, Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Israel, Texas

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