Protecting the Natural Environment

As stewards of our natural heritage we take positive steps to ensure that our activities do not threaten the environment. We believe that the places that we visit belong to the wildlife that lives there. We therefore leave nothing there and take nothing away except images and memories.

Your guide, David Newland is a LANTRA accredited Professional 4x4 Off Road Driver. Living in the Cairngorms National Park for over ten years has allowed him to appreciate how to best approach its wild residents without disturbing them or damaging their habitats.

Wildlife Recording

We also play a significant role in recording the species in our patch on the 58,000 acre Glenlivet Crown Estate. The endangered Black Grouse is one of our special interests. Monitoring the population levels and movements of this iconic member of the grouse species is one of our key activities during the spring.

Wildlife Codes of Practise

To help us minimise our impact on the natural heritage of the National Park we have adopted the following codes of practise:

  • Wild Scotland Charter
  • Scottish Outdoor Access Code
  • The Countryside Code
  • Birdwatchers Code of Conduct
  • Capercaillie and Black Grouse Code of Conduct

Wildlife Organisations

We are also members of the following wildlife organisations:

  • RSPB
  • Butterfly Conservation
  • Glenlivet Wildlife Recording Group
  • Speyside Black Grouse Study Group

Mad March Safari

From to at The Braes of Glenlivet, Cairngorms National Park


Self Catering Accommodation

Self catering accommodation in our converted Mill and Steading at Easter Corrie

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