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Highland Titles - Become a Lord or Lady

Weekly prize
Hunting the haggis is thirsty work so, like any seasoned Ghillie, it's advised to relax with a whisky after a day of thrashing through the woods. This year our partner is The Glenlivet who will be providing a weekly prize for hunters of the haggis. All you have to do is answer a whisky question and you could be shipped a bottle of whisky.

Other Prizes
Highland Titles will be giving away one square foot of land, in Glencoe Wood, Scotland. This is a small plot which carries with it the Title and full rights of ownership to those of you who spot a Common Haggis and are picked from the prize draw. We will also be offering Scotsman Calendars.

But fear not, to win you do not need to go out onto the hills, nor will you have to harm one of these rare creatures (haggishunt.com is totally environmentally friendly). You can hunt the haggis from the comfort of your computer.

How to play
  • Simply browse through our ten haggis-cams, which are located in various parts of our beautiful country.
  • If you see a haggis, click on the "I saw a haggis" link displayed under the cam.
  • You will then need to login or register (free) if you are a first time hunter.
  • You will then be entered into a draw for one of our great prizes.

Enjoy browsing the haggis-cams and while enjoying Scotland's natural beauty, plan your strategy for the hunt.

Why not also swot up on your haggis lore with our extensive Haggisclopedia?
--> Haggis Hunt postponed

It is with deep regret that we have been forced to cancel this year's Haggis Hunt.

The website which the Hunt runs on is sadly no longer up to the job and we are currently looking at alternative means of hosting the event.

We would like to apologise to all avid players who have faithfully logged on each year.

We will try our upmost to revive the Hunt in time for next year and will post any updates on the Haggis Hunt Facebook page.

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