Here at Glenlivet amidst open expanses of heather covered hills, clear rushing burns and rivers, sheltered straths, glens and woodlands, you will find some of the finest scenery in the Grampian Highlands.
You can enjoy excellent walking, cycling, horse riding and skiing on an extensive network of waymarked trails, but above all you can enjoy a wonderful sense of peace, quiet and open space.
Glenlivet welcomes you to explore its tracks and byways.
There is a variety of waymarked walking trails for your enjoyment on Glenlivet Estate, from gentle short strolls to longer hill walks. In addition there are a number of historic hill tracks and 'whisky roads'.
A network of waymarked leisure cycle trails has also been established on the estate. There are six different routes to enjoy, exploring forest, farm and open moorland.
A new mountain bike facility with 29km of cross country trail is currently under development. Click here for further details.
Responsible riders are welcome to enjoy exploring the tracks around the Estate by horseback.
The rivers Avon and Livet are the major tributaries of the renowned River Spey and they enjoy a significant reputation for the quality of the salmon and sea trout fishing that can be enjoyed along their reaches.
Areas of Glenlivet are accessible for cross-country (nordic) skiing. The Lecht ski centre offers downhill skiing.
Information on the nearest campsites and wild camping on Glenlivet
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The Crown Estate welcomes visitors who wish to explore the Glenlivet Estate trails for walking, cycling and informal recreation. However, please remember this is a working estate with a community that relies on farming, forestry and sporting activities to earn a living. It is also an area of countryside with a rich natural heritage, supporting a range of birds and animals that can be vulnerable to disturbance, particularly during the breeding season. We therefore ask that you follow the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times.
Ordnance Survey 1:50,000 Sheet No 36 and parts of sheet 37 will be helpful and shows most of the roads, paths and tracks used.