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Tomintoul to Grantown-On-Spey

Tomintoul is the highest village in the Cairngorms and is known for its abundance of sporting pursuits including a vast network of bike and walking trails. The town even has its own Munro, a mountain over 3000ft, called Ben Avon. In the past, Tomintoul was known for its illicit whisky stills. Today, whisky still plays an important role, with Glenlivet and many other Speyside distilleries just a stone’s throw away. Stunning dark skies and easy access makes Tomintoul one of the best places in the park to discover the wonders of the night sky, so enjoy a day of activities before a night brimming with stars. In Grantown-on-Spey, a bustling high street boasts traditional architecture, quirky cafes and unusual shops. Enjoy a glimpse of a Japanese Pagoda which has been turned into an events space to host year-round happenings. A beautiful setting next to the River Spey with many walking opportunities and views stretching as far as the Cairngorms and including Ben Rinnes and the Cromdale Hills.
A traditional Highland town on the River Spey and the northern edge of the Cairngorms National Park, Grantown-on-Spey boasts a thriving high street.
Glenlivet is shrouded in rich history, which becomes quickly apparent when visiting hidden gems such as the Packhorse Bridge and Drumin Castle.
Steeped in history, Cromdale is famous for battles, stunning surrounding hills and artisan Scottish gin Caorunn set to the backdrop of the Cromdale Hills.
Nethy Bridge
With the dramatic backdrop of the often snow-capped Cairngorm Mountains & surrounded by acres of Abernethy Forest, Nethy Bridge is known as the Forest Village.
Tomintoul is the highest village in the Caingorms and the largest community on Glenlivet Estate. It oozes history and rugged grandeur.