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Ben Nevis

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Ben Nevis

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Speyside Whisky Experience by Whisky Trails: Three Speyside Distilleries
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Speyside Whisky Experience by Whisky Trails: Three Speyside Distilleries

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Whether you are a whisky aficionado or a complete novice, this Whisky Trail has something for everyone. You will be picked up from where you are staying and transported in comfort, safety, and style to Speyside. This is a private tour and only your group will participate.<br><br>If you book between April and October you will visit the big three Speyside distilleries, namely The Macallan, Glenlivet, and Glenfiddich. The agenda is flexible so depending on whether you have chosen to book a tour at one of the distilleries, we will agree the timing for your day before setting off together.<br><br>At the end of the Whisky Trail, we will head back to your starting point or another location by prior arrangement. Travel time from central Scotland is 3.5 hours in each direction, whereas Inverness lies around 1.5 hours drive away from the Speyside area.<br><br>PLEASE NOTE: due to COVID19 restrictions, Distilleries may open and close at short notice, and may also only offer limited tour and tasting options.
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EJ B wrote a review Aug 9
Rickmansworth, United Kingdom155 contributions1 helpful vote
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Well worth a visit. I drove up after 8PM in August with the sun creating magical views. Should be one of the “Wonders of the World”!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Sally S wrote a review Aug 8
London, United Kingdom80 contributions23 helpful votes
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Climbed on a beautiful August day and well worth the hike. Parked at the visitors centre (cost £6 for the day and worth it, we felt very happy upon our return that we’d invested in this rather than missioning it down the lane to free parking options (few spaces available) or
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Date of experience: August 2020
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shaunsouthern wrote a review Aug 8
Oswestry, United Kingdom1,129 contributions1,272 helpful votes
My tenth and my wife's third time up there, it gets harder each time but its such a challenge. The path has been improved, even since two years ago, but make sure you take good boots, a rain coat, and something to keep warm as it can be below freezing at the top. The switchbacks
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Bomber wrote a review Aug 8
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Tackled on a hot day in glorious sunshine. We had nearly 9 litres of water between 4 of us and it was only just enough. We are well used to walking but didn’t push hard in the heat - it took us 3h25 up and 2h25 down starting from the fabulous Glen Nevis campsite. Be prepared
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Lance johnson wrote a review Aug 7
Rome, Italy43 contributions2 helpful votes
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This place is local to Fort William. This took me 3 hours 15 min to climb (very few breaks) to the top and 3 hrs to come down. Great views. There is a proper path so you don't need a map and well signposted and thousands of people going up and down the mountain. I saw
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Date of experience: August 2020
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