A selection of useful links for you to explore, helping you to get the most out of your stay:-
A tremendous range of walking opportunities awaits anyone prepared to slip on their boots and get out into the wonderful fresh air of Speyside. Every town and village is surrounded by a network of signposted footpaths with many of these local walks suitable for all levels of fitness and abilities.
As you would expect with our wonderful scenery, there are many and varied trails for you to explore by bike. Ranging from easy to downright challenging, we have them all including beautiful vistas around every turn, forest trails to take your breath away and plenty of stops along the way
www.dunedinhog/Thunder in The Glens
Shooting & Fishing
The salmon fishing in Moray is among the best in the world available on the River Spey, the River Avon, River Deveron and the River Lossie. There are plenty of shooting opportunities to take advantage of, whether it be clay pigeon, grouse, pheasant shooting or deer stalking, Speyside offers the best available.
With over fifty distilleries in Moray, you could say we have our fair share and there are many distilleries that open their doors to visitors and aficionados alike and many that will open the doors for special tours at Whisky Festival time. Below is just a small selection of distilleries nearby along with links to the twice yearly Whisky Festivals.
There are so many things to see & do and places to visit in Speyside that we simply can’t list them all, many more links are listed on the tourism websites below:
Conval View – Your home in the Highlands!
Carol and Jamie Graham look forward to helping you make the most of your Highland visit.