With the Cairngorm National Park 10 miles to the north, Glenericht estate lies on the boundary of where farmland gives way to moorland. The swift river Ericht winds its way down the glen providing a route for the running salmon from the Craighall gorge above Blairgowrie to Bridge of Cally and the confluence of the Rivers Ardle and Blackwater.
The beautiful Haugh of Drimmie bridge is a listed suspension bridge from the early 19th century that spans the Ericht connecting the two halves of the estate. Many a fish has been caught in the pools beneath its wrought iron stays.
Three species of deer can be found on the estate. Roe and melanistic Fallow are present year round with majestic Red deer appearing in the Winter and Spring.