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A day for walking could take you along the Speyside Way to Aberlour to visit the Aberlour Distillery. You could also stop for lunch possibly in The Mash Tun or The Pantry.

Try then going over the foot bridge to take the scenic route home via Macallan Distillery.

 

Go to Glenfarclas Distillery and have a look around there before heading to Ballindalloch Castle for a tour and some lunch in the castle Tea-Room.

Head back through Glenlivet and the very scenic Glenrinnes, perhaps stopping for a while at Glenlivet Distillery.

 

Go to Brodie Castle and take a tour before going to Brodie Countryfare for a look around and perhaps a spot of lunch.

You could then take a journey to Cawdor Castle before returning home through Dallas.

 

If an organised tour is more to your liking then www.aboutspeyside.com, may be of interest to you. Roy Mathers who was born and grew up in Speyside can give you a unique day out.

Visit his website for more details.

 

Visit the market town of Grantown-on-Spey before heading along to see the Osprey at the Boat of Garten.

Carry on to Aviemore and the Cairngorms; on a clear day the finicular railway up the mountains allows everyone to take in the wonderful views.

 

Spend time exploring Craigellachie, a walk down to the famous Telford Bridge, wonder by the River Spey and watch fishermen trying for that elusive Salmon.

Visit the cooperage, the only cooperage in Britain with a visitors centre and then maybe meander down to the Fiddichside Inn, a wonderful pub by the River Fiddich, untouched by time.