Zip Slide through the stunning scenery of the Scottish Highlands
near Aviemore on Zip wires, passing magnificent Scot’s Pines and seeing nature
at its best. With over 1.5km of zip wires to blast around on, you will start at the
top of a beautiful gorge and zip line all the way to the bottom going from one zip
slide to another under the safety of our zip instructors.
Spending time with one of our instructors will give you the chance
to become proficient in a number of skills and techniques vital to woodland survival.
The skills learnt during the day will stand you in good stead whatever you plan
on doing in the great outdoors; from walking, skiing to cycling.
Clay Pigeon Shooting
Enjoy a few hours Clay Pigeon Shooting, in a rural Highland setting.
Our layout comprises traps for “Down the Line”, “Driven Grouse”,
“High Pheasant” and “Springing Teal”. For novice groups
we provide full instruction and for the more experienced groups as much practice
as you wish.
We can offer fully qualified instructors
with tuition and all the necessary equipment provided.
Experience adventure on horseback
at Alvie Stables. Superb riding is on offer through miles of magnificent countryside
where both novices and experienced riders are welcome. To book direct, please call
Ingrid on 07831 495397.
Quad Bike Treks
This superb quad bike trek follows
a cross country off road trail which leads across open moorland and along forestry
tracks down to the banks of one of Scotland's most famous salmon fishing rivers,
the majestic River Spey. There are stunning views of the surrounding mountain and
moorland scenery with the likelihood of seeing deer, buzzards and other wildlife
in their natural habitat.
General or specific tours of the Estate can be arranged
lasting from two to three hours. The tour can include visits to the working hill
farm with its sheep and cattle, native pine and commercial woodlands, the fish hatchery,
soft fruit farm at Alvie Gardens, the granite and slate quarries, the ancient standing
stones, woodchip production and a dam and water driven turbine that was once used
to provide the Estate electricity. There is always the possibility to see a myriad
of wildlife including red deer, grouse, buzzards, golden eagles, oystercatchers,
red squirrels and blue mountain hare during the tour.
– By fishing from a boat or from the bank, Loch Insh provides salmon, Arctic
char, brown trout and pike, whilst Loch Alvie and Loch Beag contain brown trout
and pike. In addition there is Jock of the Bog, 2½ acres of water stocked with brown
trout, for fishing from the bank only.
River Fishing- Fishing from the banks of the River Spey or
Feshie offers the opportunity to catch salmon, sea trout or brown trout.