Tag: "Speyside"

5 Things to Do in Speyside this October Holidays
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5 Things to Do in Speyside this October Holidays

With a string of beautiful beaches, picturesque lochs, woodland a-plenty and the UK’s largest National Park, the Greater Speyside area is the perfect outdoor playground for families this October.  From biking in the Culbin Forest to exploring the long golden sands of Nairn Beach there are a wide range of family-friendly things to see and […]

What's On...This Weekend?
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What’s On…This Weekend?

12th – 14th September 2014 If you’re wondering what’s on in the area, here are a few events taking place this weekend in Greater Speyside. There are, of course, lots of other things to do in the region – our blogs contain loads of ideas. The weather forecast is looking great so it’s a good time to catch some autumn sunshine […]

Scottish 6 Days Orienteering 2015
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Scottish 6 Days Orienteering 2015

The Scottish 6 Days Orienteering, 2nd – 8th August 2015 Taking place alongside the World Orienteering Championships, the Scottish 6 Days offers non-elite competitors a full programme of races in the same areas of Moray and Glens Affric and Strathfarrar. The areas being used will provide a wide variety of terrain ranging from ancient Caledonian […]

Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival 2014
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Autumn Speyside Whisky Festival

  Autumn Speyside Whisky Festival, 25th – 29th September 2014 Take part in the famous “Seven Stills Tour” that visits all of Dufftown’s distilleries past and present on a single trip with a dram at each; definitely not a bus tour for the faint hearted! There is more too: music, dancing, a whisky auction, the Dufftown pipe band […]

Dare you visit the 7 Most Haunted Places in Greater Speyside?
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Dare you visit the 7 Most Haunted Places in Greater Speyside?

Supernatural encounters in these beautiful Speyside locations with terrifying secrets. From Pictish settlements to ancient Kings of Scotland, including Macbeth, Greater Speyside is steeped in ancient history. Many believe that the legacy of this often horrible history has not quite gone away. Television ghost hunter Chris Conway and historian Richard Felix have billed the area as the […]