A cairn in memory of local historian, Dr. Victor Gaffney, stands at just a short walk from the Campdalmore car park with views of the Cairngorms and the River Avon.
Pay a visit to the hide to see how many Curlew, Lapwing (Peesies), Oystercatcher, Snipe and Redshank you can spot in one of the best breeding areas for waders in the North East of Scotland.
One of a series of isolated stone chimneys built by early road menders. When the day's work was done portable walls were placed around the chimney to provide a warm resting place at night.
Tomintoul is the highest village in the Cairngorms and the largest community on Glenlivet Estate. It is known for its abundance of sporting pursuits, including a vast network of biking and walking trails. Whisky also plays an important roll with many distilleries just a stone's throw away.
The Packhorse bridge provides a picturesque location for a picnic and a lovely photo opportunity.
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Come and stay with us in our home at Glenlivet, in the heart of the Speyside Whisky Trail. There are wonderful views from the house, up the River Avon towards Drumin Castle.
Luxury chalet-style mountain bike holidays. Ride on to the mountains from outside your door.
Based on the popular model of the chalet ski-ing holiday, you will have exclusive use of the house and grounds. We will provide a full Scottish breakfast and gourmet evening meal with all wines and a full fridge of beer included. You will also have your own local expert rider to act as your guide on the mountains.Drumin is the perfect location for the best biking trails and wildernesss single track challenges that Scotland has to offer. It is also happens to be situated in beautiful Speyside in the gourmet capital of Scotland and the whisky capital of the world!This is a very special mountain biking experience.
The following tours are available at this award-winning visitor centre:The Glenlivet Classic Tour - This classic tour offers you a sensory introduction to the whole, finely-crafted process of whisky-making in our modern distillery. You'll see the racked casks of slowly maturing malts in a traditional bonded warehouse and then an invitation to toast George Smith, with a dram of The Glenlivet, on the very land he once farmed nearly two hundred years ago.Cost: Â£10 per personDaily tours from 10am and every half hour, and last tour at 4.30pmDuration: 1 1/4 hours (pre-booking advised)Maximum group size: 16Open to visitors age 18 and overAudio guides available in French, German, Italian and Spanish subject to availabilityDefinitive Spirit Tour and Tasting - Â£65 per personThis fascinating experience lasts around 2.5 hours, and includes a full distillery tour with a dram from a cask in one of our warehouses. In our tasting room, guests will enjoy an exploration of the spirit cuts, followed by a selection of The Glenlivet whiskies from our range, enabling them to comprehend the complex marriage of the spirit and the wood in creating the definitive whisky. These tours are held on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 14:00. Other times may be available by arrangement.Drams of Distinction Tasting - Â£40 per personThis is a truly special tasting experience of samples of rare whiskies paired with a delicious culinary bite chosen to highlight the exquisite flavours of the whisky. This tasting lasts a maximum of 1 hour and takes place on Tuesday and Thursday at 11:00 and 15:00 and at 11:00 on Saturday. Other times may be available by arrangement.
The Glenlivet Distillery Visitor Centre