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Mountains and Malts

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Aviemore, Scotland, United Kingdom

  • Activities

    Adventure, Distillery Tour, Hiking Trekking, Lifestyle

  • Price
    £490 GBP per person
  • Duration

    3 days, 4 nights

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    25 Jul 2016, 30 Aug 2016

  • Starting Location

    Fraoch Lodge, Boat of Garten

  • Price Includes

    3 guided hikes, 4 nights accommodation at Fraoch Lodge, all meals, including packed lunches, transport to hikes and activities, entrance fees, transfers to/ from Aviemore station or Invernes airport.

  • Notes

    Please inquire for further options to extend your stay or book a self-guided extension to explore Loch Ness, a tartan and tweed tour or more hiking.

Highlights

  • The whisky story in detail from source to tasting.
  • Visit the Glenlivet distillery and taste some whisky.
  • See the barrels being made at Speyside Cooperage.
  • Hike along the smugglers routes and see if you can spot where illicit stills might have been.
  • Walk in the footsteps of the Highland clans.

Guide

Trip Info

Linking the landscape which is whisky country with Scotland’s most famous export, this trip is for anyone who wants to understand a wee bit more of what makes the Highlands a special place. During the trip, we’ll take you through the whole whisky story, from source to tasting. This hiking tour includes a visit to Glenlivet distillery, the Cooperage (where the barrels are conditioned and sold on to the distilleries), and the Whisky Castle, home to 100′s of malt whiskies and the world’s largest bottle of whisky.

We’ll hike along smuggler’s routes and through the hills where illicit stills would have abounded in outlaw times.

Note that a moderate level of fitness is required. Hiking will take place every day. Good hiking boots which support your ankles will be necessary.

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