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Loch an Eilein

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Loch an Eilein

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Loch an Eilein Rothiemurchus By Aviemore Rothiemurchus Forest, Cairngorms National Park, Aviemore PH22 1QT Scotland
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 Whisky Distillery Trifecta - Macallan - Glenfiddich - Glenlivet - Private Tour
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Whisky Distillery Trifecta - Macallan - Glenfiddich - Glenlivet - Private Tour

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The first tour to take you to three top distilleries in one day! <br><br>+Bespoke pickup+<br><br>Whiskywheels tours specialise in the wonderful whisky that Scotland has to offer. <br><br>This Whisky Trifecta tour - Macallan, Glenfiddich and Glenlivet. <br><br>Macallan<br><br>The jewel in the crown of Speyside. Not to be missed.<br><br>Macallan is the most sought-after whisky for whisky collectors, here you'll find a huge range of Macallan Scotch whisky to buy and also take part in the fantastic three pillars tour. <br><br>Glenfiddich<br><br>Visit the family owned distillery to see what a truly world class family run business can achieve.<br><br>Glenfiddich is the world's best-selling single-malt whisky and also the most awarded at the International Spirits Challenge.<br><br>Glenlivet<br><br>The tour and tasting at Glenlivet takes you back in time to how whisky was first made in Speyside. <br><br>Covid precautions and government guidance adhered to.
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Katharine B wrote a review Nov 2
London, England, United Kingdom30 contributions15 helpful votes
We went round Loch an Eilein twice, once on foot and the second time by mountain bike which we hired at the local bike hire place. It is really very beautiful and the walk was just the right length for our four children (aged 10-15). The path is wide and fairly flat although quite muddy! There are some simple loos near the visitor centre which is helpful too.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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sharon-wycombe wrote a review Oct 2020
High Wycombe, United Kingdom12 contributions20 helpful votes
Easy walk with lovely views. Easy walk with lovely views. Easy walk with lovely views. Toilets on site.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Mandeville1322 wrote a review Oct 2020
Cambridge, United Kingdom159 contributions82 helpful votes
As we were here during Scottish Half-term this wasn't as isolated as the route to it suggested, but the environment allowed us to get away from the main tracks and gave us our first views on the crested tit we were hoping for. It also provided good views across the loch and good value parking.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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keith w wrote a review Oct 2020
Cornwall, United Kingdom46 contributions27 helpful votes
Very busy but worth it, the walk all the way around the loch was very easy on well marked paths. Parking for the day £3 very good value for for money. Look out for the red squirrel’s.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Andrew K wrote a review Oct 2020
King's Lynn, United Kingdom42 contributions27 helpful votes
We walked from Aviemore and back again saw three red deer stags and a red squirrel as well as stunning views at the loch itself. Shame the visitors centre was closed but understandable in these difficult times
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Date of experience: October 2020
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