Wildlife Walk in GlenAvon, Tomintoul

  • 1 May
  • £30.00
  • Whisky Museum
  • Dufftown

Join David Newland our local wildlife, part time whisky expert and historian for this exciting walk in GlenAvon incorporating a visit the Ailnack Gorge, the ancient glacial melt water channel from the last Ice Age.

The bus will take you from Dufftown to the start of the walk and will bring you back to Dufftown after lunch. The walk will start at the Queen Victoria Viewpoint on the outskirts of Tomintoul and follow the tracks and paths in Glen Avon finishing at the Clockhouse Restaurant in Tomintoul for a light lunch.  This will be an easy walk of about 5 miles with a moderate climb to the Ailnack Gorge and is the perfect way for blowing away the cobwebs.  David will point out the Flora and fauna along the way which can include Lapwings, Curlew, Oystercatchers,  Ravens, and maybe a Golden Eagle together with mountain hares and deer.

David will offer you a couple of drams along the way and a 'Rusty Tack' , a warming elixir for non whisky lovers.  Lunch is included in the ticket price. 

Please wear stout footwear and suitable outdoor clothing as the weather in May can be inclement.

Available tickets

Sun 1 May 2016 8:45am - 2:00pm £30.00
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Wildlife Walk in GlenAvon, Tomintoul

Event provider

Dufftown 2000
Dufftown 2000
12 Conval Street
Dufftown
Moray
AB55 4AE

T: 01340-881616
E: stevebluefolds@btinternet.com
W: http://whisky.dufftown.co.uk

Venue details

12 Conval Street
Dufftown
Moray
AB55 4AE

T: 01340 881 616

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