Scotland offers some of the best adventure tracks you will ever need to enjoy your vacation. If you enjoy walking, cycling, paddling, or horseback riding, Scotland's Great Trails are the place for you. A variety of welcome tourist amenities is available on these well-managed trails, which are properly waymarked and run primarily off-road. Many are appropriate for short vacations as well as long-distance treks, with lengths ranging from 40 to 340 kilometres (24 to 210 miles). Entice your senses with Scotland's breathtaking scenery and wildlife, as well as the country's fascinating history and culture.
The Snow Roads Scenic Route, which covers 90 miles of snow-capped peaks, rocky glens, outdoor sports, cycling, and scrumptious food and drink, is a distillation of the finest of the Cairngorms National Park.
The route takes its name from the highest public road in Britain and travels over the eastern half of this lovely area, having some of the wildest, most breathtaking Highland landscape possible. This is one of the slowest driving routes due to steep climbs, 'blind' peaks, and sharp twists and turns, and the slower speed allows you to take in the amazing views from 'Instagram-worthy' vantage points and appreciate the myriad landmarks along the way.
The Snow Roads allow several short, easily accessible excursions along the road, from whiskey distilleries like Royal Lochnagar to fantasy castles like Corgarff, to the treasures of Royal Deeside and the winter sports playgrounds of Glenshee Ski Centre and The Lecht.
You may even prolong your vacation by a day or two to properly explore this lesser-known section of the Cairngorms National Park.