The Cairngorms and Speyside

The Cairngorms is the biggest National Park in the United Kingdom. It has three out of the five Scottish ski centres and four of Scotland's five highest mountains.

The Spey is Scotland's longest river. On Speyside it is possible to go skiing in the morning and visit the seaside in the afternoon.

Walking Trails - Glenlivet Estate is a mecca for walkers. From a short stroll around local woodland paths to challenging expeditions into the central Cairngorms, there is something here for everyone.
Cairngorms Wildlife - The Cairngorms National Park is one of the UK's best known wildlife hotspots. Guests are often surprised at the species that can be spotted from the comfort of our holiday cottages.
Touring & Exploring - Situated halfway between Aviemore and Royal Deeside, Easter Corrie is the perfect base for touring and exploring the North East of Scotland.
Outdoor Activities - The Cairngorms has more than it's fair share of outdoor activites. Mountain biking, fishing, skiing and snowboarding are just a few of the many activities on offer.
Meet the Scots - Speyside is an excellent part of Scotland to immerse yourself in Scottish culture and traditions. Pipe Bands, Highland Games, Ceilidhs and Hogmanay celebrations can all be enjoyed locally.
Star Gazing - Easter Corrie is the perfect place for star gazers. It is situated in the most northerly Dark Sky Park in the world which boasts some of the darkest night skies in the United Kingdom.
Speyside Malt Whisky - Glenlivet on Speyside is truly the home of Scottish Malt Whisky. It was here in 1824 that George Smith set up the first legal distillery in the Highlands.