The Glenlivet Estate lies at the heart of the Cairngorms National Park and our visitor information centre and ranger service is based in the historic village of Tomintoul. The hills, burns and rivers, glens and woodlands are home to a wide range of habitats and wildlife and the stunning landscapes change with the seasons. There are visitor attractions, from distilleries to castles, waiting to be explored and a range of activities, with something for everyone including:
Walking trails - a series of waymarked routes ranging from gentle 30 minutes strolls to long distance walks on more challenging terrain
Bike Glenlivet - purpose built and award winning mountain bike trails, suitable for all levels of riders, with cafe and a bike hire service
Fishing - enjoy the challenge of trying to land some of the finest salmon and sea trout in the country
Horse-riding - numerous tracks across our Estate gives you plenty of freedom to explore your surroundings
Adventure playground - our adventure playground in Tomintoul has tons of space for little ones to get active
Off-road adventures - explore the Estate and its wildlife by landrover or argocat on an off-road adventure
Water sports - looking for something exhilirating? Try Gorge Walking
Wigwams - stay in a luxury wooden wigwam cabin on the Estate - coming soon!
Dark skies - with little light pollution our Dark Skies are perfect for astronomy. Visit the Dark Sky Discovery site on the Estate or attend one of our events to find out more
Visitors can spend a day or longer as there's plenty of overnight accomodation and local services in the area. Find out more about things to see, do and enjoy at Glenlivet. You can download our Glenlivet Estate map or find us on Facebook.
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Follow Speyside Way Long Distance Route across the Estate to its terminus at the stunning Spey Bay