Walking, mountain biking, off road safaris and riding are just a few of the activities available on the Glenlivet estate in the Cairngorms.
Steam railway, reindeer herd, falconry and the highland wildlife park are all close by when you are staying in Tomintoul or Glenlivet.
Glenlivet is ideally situated for touring the many Speyside distilleries and discovering the fascinating history and production methods of Scotch Whisky.
The Cairngorms are home to twenty five percent of the United Kingdom’s most threatened bird, animal and plant species.
Mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding, hill walking and gorge walking can all be all be enjoyed on the Glenlivet estate.
Sensational landscapes, arctic mountains, dark night skies and even the northern lights ... a stunning backdrop for your break away from it all.
Glenlivet's central position half way between Inverness and Aberdeen makes it an ideal base for touring north eastern Scotland.
Highland Games, Pipe Bands, Scottish Dancing, Ceilidhs and Hogmanay are just some of the ways that visitors can enjoy Scotlands rich cultural heritage locally.
Glenlivet and the Cairngorms,
Tomintoul, Cairngorms National Park, Moray, Scotland
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