Glenlivet is perfect for walking holidays. We are within easy access to Ladder Hills, Cromdales, Ben Rinnes & The Speyside Way. We can offer pick up & drop off at the disused Ballindalloch Station on the Speyside by arrangement. We will also be pleased to provide packed lunches.
Cycling and Mountain Biking
Enjoy the many bike trails in the area. We are situated only 8 miles from The Coffee Still Café which is a popular rendezvous for people riding the new Glenlivet Estate Mountain Bike Trails. We can offer secure bike storage & bike wash facilities.
Many of The Cairngorms’ most endangered species are found in Glenlivet Crown Estate, including Golden Eagle, Mountain Hare, Wild Cat, Black Grouse, Crossbill, Dotterel, Capercaillie, Ptarmigan, Crested Tit, Pine Marten, Red Squirrel, Otter and Water Vole.
www.glenlivet-wildlife.co.uk Climb aboard the Glenlivet Wildlife Landrover to enjoy the Mountain Hare Safari, the Mad March Hare Safari, the Highland Spring Watch Safari and the Black Grouse Watch.
www.glenlivetestate.co.uk A 4x4 safari exploring places that not everyone is lucky enough to see:
Parks and gardens
Castles & Houses – Aberdeenshire, home to the only Scottish Castle Trail. The trail consists of 14 castles, from rugged splendour of Kildrummy Castle to the romantic ruins of Huntly Castle approx 25 miles from Thistle Dhu. Balvenie Castle is 15 miles.