“Mystical scenery, historical attractions and cosy places to warm up along the way. In short, it’s a place to dream.”

“Mystical scenery, historical attractions and cosy places to warm up along the way. In short, it’s a place to dream.”

Discover dramatic landscapes, carved by granite and ice, as the SnowRoads wind from the picturesque market town of Blairgowrie through to the highland village of Grantown-on-Spey. Enjoy something new at every turn as you traverse the highest public roads in Britain and spot a curious glimpse of snow on the hill tops almost all year round.


There's so much to see and do, on and around the SnowRoads, there really is something for everyone.  Explore your interests using our categories and plan your trip by building and cutomising your own itinerary.  Click on the heart next to the places you would like to visit to add them to your favourites.  You will see the stop-overs you select appearing in your SnowRoads basket and, when you are ready, can send your itinerary to the SnowRoads mobile app or e-mail it to a friend to start your SnowRoads adventure...  Look out for three scenic route installations enticing you to discover new perspectives.  Add them to your itinerary for a great photo opportunity.


Learn about Scotland's fascinating and complex history at each and every turn of your SnowRoads adventure through the Cairngorms National Park.
Food and Drink
The hilly 90 mile SnowRoads route is a bucket list item for the road biker. Mountain Bikers are spoilt with the variety of off-road choice to explore
You can't go far on the SnowRoads without stumbling upon a castle, from rustic ruins to grand gardens and tours. Braemar, Balmoral, Corgarff to name a few.
Arts and Crafts
You will find artists, makers and designers in the communities all along the SnowRoads who are inspired by its landscapes, nature and history daily.
Learn about, sample and shop our water of life from the Glenlivet to Royal Lochnagar and increasingly popular Scottish gin such as Persie and Caorunn.
Hidden Gems
SnowRoads champions a road less travelled. Discover a wild and untouched area with hidden treasures in the Cairngorms National Park.
Be sure to take in the dramatic scenery & stop off for moments of reflection within this ancient landscape. Stop at the installations for a unique experience.
SnowRoads is home to unique and stunning architecture from bothies to castles and places of worship.
Outdoor Activities
The SnowRoads offer huge opportunities to access the outdoors with a diverse range of activities for all from snowsports to walking, golf, biking & watersports.
With mountains high enough, rivers wide enough and valleys low enough, the SnowRoads is the perfect place to go wild and get sporty.
Whether you fancy walking through ancient woodland or hopping through heather on a hilltop, the SnowRoads in the Cairngorms National Park is a rambler's dream.
The SnowRoads and the Cairngorms National Park are world-renowned as one of the best locations to spot rare and endangered wildlife in Scotland.


Each SnowRoads area is unique and offers plentiful places to shop, eat, drink and stay. Whether you are looking for bed, breakfast and banter, hostelling and hot tubbing or a luxury hotel with a roaring fire, the SnowRoads offers the best in Scottish hospitality. 

SnowRoads are slow roads...

With so much to see and do, a minimum of three to five days for your road trip is recommended to build happy memories and unearth the stories in this wild and untouched area. Each and every turn of the SnowRoads is packed with incredible experiences, fun days out and cultural and natural attractions, all peppered with native flora and fauna.

Take us with you!
Download our mobile app and enhance your SnowRoads adventure with:
  • Audio guides, videos and music
  • Interactive maps and nearby recommendations
  • An augmented reality treasure hunt

Discover a road less travelled...

Travel the scenic way on the Snow Roads North or South with the opportunity to link the rest of the Cairngorms National Park such as historic Badenoch and Strathspey and Carrbridge and many other areas and attractions including the Malt Whisky Trail, Royal Deeside and other scenic routes including the North East 250 or Inverness and the North Coast 500.