Home to more than 45 single malt distilleries, Speyside is a whisky lover’s paradise. You could visit the area for weeks and never run out of whisky-related activities. But Speyside offers more than just delicious drams, so be sure to make time for an adventure or two.
Walk this Way
The Speyside Way, a 65-mile route following the Spey Valley, links the Moray Coast with the Grampian Mountains. The breathtaking hike is dotted with distilleries and great whisky bars.
Engineer a Tour
Hop aboard and take a nostalgic eleven-mile railroad ride from the distillery town of Keith to Dufftown,
the whisky capital of Speyside.
Ride in Style
A chauffeur-driven Range Rover Vogue will ferry you around the whisky sites of Speyside with in-depth tours tailored to fulfill all your Speyside whisky desires.
Float your Boat
Hop into a canoe for a leisurely 50 to 70-mile descent of the River Spey to the Moray coast. Personalized whisky tastings and distillery tours along the way make it quite an oar-deal.
Hit the Trail
The Speyside Malt Whisky Trail includes seven working distilleries, the working Speyside Cooperage, and Dallas Dhu, a closed historic distillery preserved as a museum.