Hunting has always been a big part of the cultural heritage on both Frijsenborg and Wedellsborg.

Hunting areas
  • 2000 HA Wedellsborg
  • 4250 HA Frijsenborg
  • 6250 HA Consortium overall

An overall area
of 6197 ha

The real hunting aspect of Frijsenborg and Wedellsborg with wildlife management, wildlife breeding, and releases was introduced by count Mogens Frijs (1849-1923) at Frijsenborg in the 19th century and has set the foundation for the current large wildlife population in the Frijsenborg forests.

The hunting area for extends over 6197 hectares, distributed on both estates.

On this page, you can read more about different hunting possibilities, forest rentals and rules.



You are more than welcome
in our forests

You and your friends are very welcome here in our forests – we only wish that you'll enjoy the nature and take good care of it, just like we do.

Hunting at Frijsenborg and Wedellsborg is a very special experience, and our personnel has done their best to arrange a program just for you and your individual wishes for hunting.

Do you want to go hunting?

In the forests of Frijsenborg, you'll find sika deer, red deer, and wild boars, while at Wedellsborg you'll meet roe deer and fallow deer.

See consortiums
  • 16 MEN Working in hunting
  • 8000 HA Consortiums altogether
  • 38 Consortiums

Do you have any questions?

Feel free to call one of our district managers. They'll help you the best they can. 

This also applies when colliding with animals. Just remember to mark the entry point for the sake of any search with a Hanover Hound.

Nicholai Pedersen

Frijsenborg - Gamekeeper

+45 30 82 09 15

Torben Pedersen

Wedellsborg - Gamekeeper

+45 40 35 13 20