Speyside Way Hiking Tour: Taken near the Glenlivet Whisky Distillery by Richard Grafen.

Available to book from June 2019 for walks starting from August 2019

4 reasons to go hiking on the Speyside Way Whisky Trail in 2019:

1 - The route offers (mostly) easy walking along old railway lines and riverside tracks and through woodlands and heather moors teeming with wildlife.

Speyside Way TamdhuSpeyside Way WalkersSpeyside Way River Spey

2 - Leading through the heart of the malt whisky capital of the world the Speyside Way Whisky Trail passes close to more than 20 distilleries.

Speyside Way Speyside CooperageSpeyside Way Strathisla DistilleryBallindalloch Distillery

3 - Visit world-famous distilleries for a taste of Glenlivet, Glenfiddich, Cragganmore, Macallan, Glen Grant, Cardhu, Chivas Regal or Aberlour Whisky

Speyside Way Glenfiddich DistillerySpeyside Way Cragganmore DistillerySpeyside Way Glenfiddich Distillery

4 - Get in touch with Scottish history on a visit to the magnificent Ballindalloch Castle, Old Packhorse Bridge and Balvenie Castle.

Speyside Way Ballindalloch CastleSpeyside Way Old Packhorse BridgeSpeyside Way Balvenie Castle

Explore the map of the trail:

(with distilleries shown as small 'stills')