Field trip 20.09
1) Whisky tasting tour (19.9)
A tutored whisky tasting and a trip to Aberdeen’s famous fish & chips’ restaurant the Ashvale. The Ashvale is an award-winning restaurant known for their fish and chips, and the quality of the food they serve.
Price 60 euros. Max 30 participants.
2) Royal Lochnagar Distillery Tour (20.9)
Royal Lochnagar is the perfect place to discover how Scotch Whisky is made. This is a guided tour of the distillery, where you get to watch team of operators tend to the historic mashtun, gleaming copper stills and cask filling. The tour ends with a dram of the award-winning Royal Lochnagar 12 Year Old Single Malt.
Price 45 euros. Max 30 participants.
|8.45||Departure from the MacDonald Norwood Hall|
|10.15||A tour in the distillery Royal Lochnager|
Lunch at the Deeside Inn
3) Plantation forests to native forests: Delivering multiple ecosystem benefits in a changing climate
Tour will give you the opportunity to see and discuss different types of plantation woodland and native forestry. It will examine potential risks and opportunities of different types of forests in terms of management in a changing world with diverse environmental and business demands.
This is Institute of Chartered Foresters National Study tour. REGISTER for it here.
For further info, please contact Stuart Glen (email@example.com)
Departure from TreeTops Hilton or Macdonald Norwood Hall Hotel.
Registration, refreshments and networking at Village Hotel, Aberdeen.
|18.00||Welcome and Introduction.|
A series of short, scene-setting talks followed by a panel and audience discussion.
|19.30||Conclusion and non-dining delegates leave.|
National Study Tour Dinner. Ends at approximately 10.30pm.
|22.45||Departure for TreeTops Hilton or Macdonald Norwood Hall Hotel.|
|8.00||Departure from TreeTops Hilton or Macdonald Norwood Hall Hotel|
|8.30||Departure from Village Hotel, Aberdeen|
|9.00||Arrive at Durris. Meet with Forest District Manager to discuss issues surrounding a forest estate which is a production forest of largely exotic species. However the proximity to Aberdeen creates multifunctional demands on the forest, as well as opportunities and possibilities.|
|11.30||Depart for Glen Tanar Estate. If necessary, transport will be provided for attendees who need to return to Aberdeen for lunchtime.|
|12.00||Lunch in Aboyne Hall|
|13.15||Arrive at Glen Tanar Estate. Meeting with Michael Bruce, owner of the Estate. Glen Tanar is privately-owned estate and includes a National Nature Reserve, production forest and amenity forest. The estate has a diversified business portfolio with forestry, tourism, hunting and conservation.|
|13.30||Tour Firmounth road circuit, Glen Tanar Estate.|
|15.15||Depart Glen Tanar|
|16.00||Arrive back at Village Hotel, Aberdeen and TreeTops Hilton or Macdonald Norwood Hall Hotel.|
The Institute of Chartered Foresters reserves the right to alter timings, speakers or the venues in circumstances beyond its control.