In England, avoiding dangerous game is extremely easy, unless you mean the most dangerous, in which case, for once we're deadlier than Australia. Put yourself in harm's way of something toothier than man, with Untravelled Romania.
This newly launched, winter-only pursuit drops you in the Carpathian Mountains to spend a weekend tracking their nocturnal, terrifyingly populous grey wolf, as well as their "extremely elusive" lynx, though with a scent that seductive, it's only a matter of time before the ladies in your party corner one and start lustfully running their fingers through its hair.
The frost-breathing pursuit will require a "reasonable level of fitness", and take advantage of the season's extended night (going pre-dawn & post-dusk) to stealth through the woods with "only moonlight to guide you"…well, that and a pro guide to identify tracks/spoor, though to ensure other-species contact, one of the lynxes is GPS tagged, a staggering innovation in cat-nav.
Your daytime won't be spent snoozing, thanks to visits to vast Transylvanian fortresses (including Bran Castle, home to both Bram Stoker's Dracula and Vlad "the Impaler" Tepes), a jaunt around Bucharest, and comped lunch at the ultra-traditional Wolf Restaurant, which, if you're unlucky, is how the natives will refer to those woods the day after you were supposed to fly home.
Accommodation's flexible, with a variety of slick nearby boutiques (plus some more reasonable b&b's), and you're free to add a couple of post-weekend days to your itinerary, so you can spend some time with Romania's most dangerous animal, "woman".