Activities Around Cragellachie, Speyside, Scotland

 
 

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Bev and Campbell Croy

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Leslie Terrace
Craigellachie, Moray
Scotland, AB38 9SY
Tel: +44(0)1340 881376
Mobile: 07879 438171
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Follow the Whisky Trail

 
 

Activities Around - Craigellachie, Speyside, Scotland.

 
         
 

The Macallan Distillery - A great place to start of your tour round the Whisky Trail. Macallan is a single malt Scotch whisky, produced near Easter Elchies House, at Craigellachie in Speyside.

The distillery produces a number of expressions, the most generally available being the 10-year-old, though the 18-year-old is also well known. Expensive 25- and 30-year-old versions can also be found. The Macallan is one of the ingredients of The Famous Grouse blend.

The Macallan Distillery

 
  Balvenie Castle - Near Dufftown is a striking fortification and dates to the 1200's on first. Partially hidden by woodland, there is more to this castle than meets the eye and the interior is very much larger than seems possible from the outside. Close inspection Balvenie Castle

Balvenie Castle - Near Dufftown is a striking fortification and dates to the 1200's. Partially hidden by woodland, there is more to this castle than meets the eye and the interior is very much larger than seems possible from the outside. Close inspection presents the visitor with a unique account of life many hundreds of years ago when the powerful Comyn earls ruled in Glenfiddich.

Moray and Aberdeenshire have  a rich abundance of Castles and many of these can be viewed by following the Castle Trail.

 
 

Walking The Speyside Way is the longest walking route in Scotland and was first opened in 1981, The route now links the Moray coast with the edge of the Grampian Mountains, generally following the valley of the River Spey. The Speyside Way Ranger Service, based in Aberlour, covers all of the route and is managed by the Moray Council on behalf of the Access Authorities responsible.

An overview of the Speyside way can be found by visiting Welcome to The Speyside Way.

Walking the Speyside Way

 
  Fishing The River Spey

Fishing The River Spey is probably the most famous salmon river in the World. The Spey rises in the Monadhliath mountains to the south of Loch Ness and flows 100 miles northwards to enter the Moray Firth at Spey bay. In its lower course, downstream of Grantown, it is a fast flowing river, providing miles of perfect, and highly sought after, fly fishing water.

Speyfishing Website offers more comprehensive details on fishing the River Spey.

 
 

Dufftown Golf Club is an 18 hole course set amongst the most breathtaking scenery in Speyside, the heart of the malt whisky country. Visitors return regularly to enjoy golf in this beautiful Banffshire setting where two of the holes (7th & 10th) feature in "Britain's 100 Extraordinary Golf Holes" by Geoff Harvey and Vanessa Strowger.

Visit Dufftown Golf Club Website for more details

Dufftown Golf Course

 
       
 

This is only as small selection of the  various activities and attractions around Cragellachie for more information of what to see and do around Speyside please visit The Greater Speyside Website.

 

Visit Cragellachie   last Update 05 Jul 2017

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