A presidential pedigree
In the past, Kytäjä was the hunting grounds of notable Finnish persons, and the likes of Presidents P. E. Svinhufvud and Mannerheim hunted elk in the area. The area is still favoured by hunters, as there is an exceptionally large, unbroken forest area with diverse game populations in the grounds of the manor. In addition to elk and white-tailed deer, pheasant hunts that continue the manor traditions are organized in the historic setting. There is a pheasant farm on the grounds, producing 10,000 chicks a year for release into the wild.
To learn more about hunting at Kytäjä, contact Kartanon Riista. The company has organized hunting events on the grounds of the Kytäjä manor since 1999 and is responsible for managing the game populations and for the area’s hunting arrangements.