On the whisky trail of Speyside, you’ll find more than half of Scotland’s malt whisky distilleries, each with its own warm welcome and an invitation to see, smell, taste and absorb the magic of whisky.
In August 2007 The Crown Estate and the Glenlivet Distillery in Speyside launched three historic walks in the beautiful surroundings of the Glenlivet valley to give visitors a flavour of its illicit whisky smuggling past.
Step back in time through the last millennium of our country's heritage on Scotland's only Castle Trail. A selection of eleven of the world's most unique scottish castles ranging from the fairy tale magic of Craigievar, to the rugged splendour of Kildrummy Castle ruins, to the elegant timelessness of the country house grandeur of Leith Hall. (Corgarff castle is nearby and starts you on the trail)
Great riding to suit all abilities - from 1 hr treks to day rides. TRSS approved. Riding along traffic-free forest tracks, hill paths and open moorland, you will be accompanied by an experienced, friendly guide who will ensure your ride is both safe and enjoyable.
The Glenlivet Estate provides superb fly fishing on the river Avon, a major tributary of the Spey. The Avon is renowned for the quality of the salmon and trout fishing that can be enjoyed along it's reaches. Fishing permits for brown trout and sea trout are available locally.
Golfing enthusiasts will find a selection of challenging and scenically stunning courses nearby, many of which were designed by some of the best known names in the sport. There are golf courses at Ballindalloch, Dufftown, Grantown on Spey and Nethy Bridge.
Have a great day out and come and enjoy yourself at the Tomintoul Adventure Playground! Located next to the Glenlivet Estate Information Centre at the south end of Tomintoul.