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Set yourself against the 90 miles of the SnowRoads.  An abundance of off-road and mountain biking opportunities make it a cyclist's dream.

The Cairnwell Pass

Historically, the pass was a drover's route from the Lowlands to the Highlands.  At the summit is the Glenshee Ski Centre, Scotland's largest and oldest ski centre. 

A mile south of the summit, the road used to to include a... read more

The Cairnwell Pass

With a summit altitude of 670m (2199 ft), the Cairnwell Pass is the highest public road in the United Kingdom.

Cambus O' May

Waymarked routes offer lovely views and winding trails through Scots Pine. 

You can see up Deeside to the mountains beyond as well as lochans, a lovely suspension bridge and towering trees offer wonderful photo... read more

Cambus O' May

Cambus O'May near Ballater is a lovely area which you can visit again and again to enjoy the different seasons.

https://scotland.forestry.gov.uk/visit/cambus-omay

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Between Ballater & Dinnet on the A93

Grantown-On-Spey

A traditional Highland town on the northern edge of the Cairngorms National Park, Grantown-on-Spey boasts a thriving high street, a gallery, and a museum .  It’s the perfect place to begin or round off your journey on the Snow... read more

Grantown-On-Spey

In Grantown-on-Spey, a bustling high street boasts traditional architecture, quirky cafes and unusual shops. A beautiful setting next to the River Spey with many walking activities and views stretching as far as the Cairngorms.

http://www.grantownonline.com/

Tomintoul and Glenlivet

Tomintoul is the highest village in the Caingorms and the largest community on Glenlivet Estate.  It oozes history and rugged grandeur, having been founded by a Duke in the 18th century. 

Situated halfway between... read more

Tomintoul and Glenlivet

Tomintoul is the highest village in the Cairngorms and the largest community on Glenlivet Estate. It is known for its abundance of sporting pursuits, including a vast network of biking and walking trails. Whisky also plays an important roll with many distilleries just a stone's throw away.

Dinnet

A small village which packs a punch, Dinnet wows its visitors with idyllic vistas, rugged crags and luscious lochs.  It’s particularly popular with holiday-makers due to its ideal situation next to the Muir of Dinnet National Nature... read more

Dinnet

Dinnet will inspire you with a host of walking opportunities and stunning lochs and vistas.

Ballater

Queen Victoria fell in love with the area and built Balmoral Castle just outside the village. Today, the royal connection remains strong.  Many of the shop fronts proudly display the Royal Warrant and so you can try some local produce... read more

Ballater

In the centre of Royal Deeside, and at the heart of the SnowRoads, is Ballater. As the largest village on the eastern side of the Cairngorms National Park, this thriving community makes for an ideal place to stop over with a range of accommodation options.

http://www.visitballater.com/

Braemar and Crathie

It’s a wildlife hot spot and views are often accompanied by the sound of roaring deer stag or sightings of deer, red squirrels and golden eagles.

There is the opportunity to take part in many sporting activities such as... read more

Braemar and Crathie

The mountainous village of Braemar, part of Royal Deeside, is a great base for adventure or relaxation on the SnowRoads. There’s an abundance of well-signposted, low-level walking which makes it a wonderful place for ramblers, who can look out at the many hills which surround the village and enjoy some sustenance in the cafes and restaurants.

http://braemarscotland.co.uk/

Glenshee

Glenshee is located in a very central position in Scotland, with all of Scotland’s major cities no more than two hours’ drive away. Offering some of the highest peaks in Scotland, fertile farmland and rolling hills, the rugged landscape of... read more

Glenshee

Glenshee is known as the Glen of the Fairies due to its magical atmosphere and it caters for year-round sports against a rugged backdrop.

http://www.glenofthefairies.co.uk/

Alyth

Alyth is a small and friendly village east of Blairgowrie.  It is home to the Alyth Den, a great area for walking routes through forests and past the river. There is also great golf courses and Alyth Museum is open in summer featuring... read more

Alyth

Alyth is a small and friendly village east of Blairgowrie which is home to walking routes, golfing, hidden gems and Alyth Museum which is open in the summer.

http://www.gateway-to-the-scottish-highlands.com/VisitAlyth.html

Blairgowrie

The busy town is the main start point for the 64-mile circular Cateran Trail which follows historic drove roads used by cattle rustlers, known as caterans, and offers a network of walking routes for all... read more

Blairgowrie

Sitting on the banks of the River Ericht, Blairgowrie offers access to year-round facilities and an ideal place to begin or end your SnowRoads adventure.

https://www.discoverblairgowrie.co.uk/