Traivle & Sport

The Moray & Speyside region is often thought of as a Whisky region but its still a well kept secret that it has some of the most beautiful, surprising and even breathtaking scenery in the UK. From mountain-top views to endless white sand beaches, from huge majestic sea eagles and red squirrels to five species of dolphin and thousands of basking seals.

Click on the title above to visit our local activity blogs and discover some of the best places to visit in Speyside.

Ben Rinnes

The climb will take you approximately 3-4 hours and the view from the top is well worth the effort

Cullen Sea School

activities include sea kayaking, canoeing, paddle-boarding, coastal rowing and sailing

The Isla Way

you can combine your one-way bike ride with a return train ride making for a great family day out

Shooting Seasons

Game Shooting
  • Pheasant: 1st October – 1st February
  • Partridge: 1st September –  1st February
  • Grouse: 12th August – 10th December
  • Ptarmigan:12th August – 10th December
  • Blackgame: 20th August – 10th December
  • Common snipe:12th August – 31st January
  • Jack snipe: Protected
  • Woodcock: 1st September – 31st January
  • Duck & goose (inland): 1st September –  31st  January
  • Duck & goose – below MHW:1st September –  20th February
Ground Game Seasons
  • Mountain Hare: August 1st to February 28/29th
  • Brown Hare: October 1st – January 31st
  • Rabbit: Jan 1 – Dec 31 (except moorland & unenclosed land)
Stalking Seasons
  • Red stags: 1st July –  20th October
  • Red hinds: 21st October – 15th February
  • Sika stags:1st July – 20th October
  • Sika hinds: 21st October   –   15th February
  • Fallow bucks: 1st August – 30th April
  • Fallow does: 21st October  – 15th February
  • Roe bucks: 1st April – 20th October
  • Roe does:21st October – 31st March
Speyside Way Ultra-Marathon

August 2020

The Dramathon

  • Marathon
  • Half-Marathon
  • 10k Run

17th October 2020

Privacy Preference Center