There’s so much to enjoy here
Alvie is the perfect place for a holiday no matter how young or old you are and how adventurous or sedate you like your activities. From zip wires and clay pigeon shooting to archery & horse riding, not forgetting walking, fishing and bird-watching, there’s plenty to do here on Alvie & Dalraddy Estates.
Activities at Alvie
Here at Alvie you can try your hand at quad biking, accompany the Keeper as he feeds the wild deer (December to March only), take a tour of the estate or learn bushcraft skills.
You can book any of these activities calling us on 01540 651255 (Alvie Estate Office) or 01479 810330 (Dalraddy Holiday Park Reception).
Clay Pigeon Shooting
Why not try the wonderful sport of clay pigeon shooting in the beautiful highland countryside. A fun group activity for anyone over the age of 12. Our experienced instructor will help to ensure you hit as many clays as possible!
Come & experience the ancient sport of Archery in the Highlands. Archery is a sport suitable for all ages and all levels of fitness making it the ideal activity for all the family. Our experienced instructors will have you hitting the target in no time at all. Family and Group discounts available.
Quad Bike Tours
Junior treks available for 9 – 11 years, and standard tours for adults and children aged 12 and up.
Zip Trek Park
Fly over gorges and skim the tops of ancient Scottish pines at up to 40 kph on the 2 km zip wire. Minimum age 5; no unaccompanied children under 13.
For more information on the Zip Trek Park or to book please email email@example.com or visit the Zip Trek Aviemore website
Extreme Sports with G2 Outdoors
G2 Outdoors is based on Alvie Estate and offers the ultimate thrill for adrenalin junkies!
Scramble up waterfalls and plunge into pools with gorge walking or canyoning trips. Or ride the waves with white water rafting.
For more information or to book a G2 Outdoors activity please call 01540 651784 or visit their website
Back Country Survival
For those who wish to experience the essence of woodland wilderness living this course is ideal. Concentrating primarily on the four essentials needed to survive – Shelter, Water, Food and Fire. Depending on Bushcraft experience and ability we can start at the basics or use your time to develop on previously learnt skills.
For more information on the courses and experiences, visit the Back Country Survival website
Whether you’re a novice or a more experienced rider there’s no better way to see the majesty of the Cairngorms and Spey valley than from the saddle. Minimum age 3.
For more information or to book please call Ingrid directly on 07831 495397.
Fishing by boat or from the bank. Fishing tackle can be hired locally, either in Kingussie or Grantown-on-Spey.
Loch Insh: for Salmon, Arctic Char, Brown Trout & Pike.
Loch Alvie & Loch Beag: for Brown Trout & Pike.
For more information please Click Here to download our Fishing PDF
Do you often want to know how, why & where? See how we make a living in our countryside, Observe how we manage potential conflicts between different interest. Learn about our history & environment along with other essential information that you never knew you wanted to know. Trips can last up to 3 hours.
Set in Scots pine forests on Alvie & Dalraddy Estates, Clan Warfare offer exciting paintball scenarios & challenges for anyone over the age of 14. Capture the flag, rescue the maidens, storm the fort – the choice is yours.
Squirrel and Red Deer Photography
Keen photographer? Why not book a day to come along and make the most of our squirrel hide- set in a perfect location to give you the chance to get up close to these charismatic little mammals. You can also book to join our gamekeeper when he heads out to feed the wild deer on the estate- the perfect opportunity to see the majestic red deer in their natural habitat.
Maximum of 4 photographers per group, these tours are available between December and March. Contact Alvie Estate Office for more details.
There’s plenty more to do and see away from the estates too. You can see it all here