- 90 miles / 144 km
- Blairgowrie – Grantown-On-Spey
Stretching an incredible 90 miles, this route covers some of the most scenic points in Perthshire, Aberdeenshire, Moray Speyside and the Highlands. Taking in snow-capped mountains, rugged glens, towering Munros, outdoor adventures, cycling, delicious food and drink and more, the Snow Roads Scenic Route encompasses some of the Cairngorms National Park’s finest areas. Starting in the picturesque market town of Blairgowrie, the route passes through the towns of Braemar, Ballater, and Tomintoul before finishing in Grantown-on-Spey. The route is spectacular from every angle - why not start in Grantown-On-Spey and work your way down to Blairgowrie?
Persie Distillery, Blairgowrie
The perfect location for gin lovers and enthusiasts!
Marvel at this incredible, artistic installation as you drive through the Cairngorms.
Braemar Golf Club
Try your hand at a round or two of golf on the highest course in Scotland at 1,205 ft.
Ballater’s Old Royal Station
Enjoy this lovely piece of royal history nestled in the picturesque town of Ballater.
Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve
A magical mosaic in the heart of Royal Deeside, featuring walks, trails, Scottish wildlife and more.
Corgarff Castle and the Watchers Art Installation, Aberdeenshire
Unravel the fascinating history of this medieval castle and stunning surroundings.
Glenlivet & Tomintoul Dark Sky Site
Gaze at the mesmerising night sky in one of the best dark sky parks in Scotland.
Still Art Installation, Tomintoul
Explore this stunning art installation and learn how it complements the incredible scenery nearby.
Delve into this traditional town’s fascinating history through interesting exhibitions.
Wildlife Watching with Speyside Wildlife
Red deer, red squirrels and seals, oh my! See how many Scottish species you can spot!