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The Snow Roads through the Cairngorms

The best way from Dundee to Inverness, through Britain’s largest national park

THE CAIRNGORMS National Park is the largest national park in Great Britain. It lies north of Dundee and south of Inverness, west of Aberdeen and east of the Great Glen, the dead-straight crack in the earth that runs between Inverness and Fort William, and which contains the fabled Loch Ness.

There are two ways to drive between Dundee and Inverness through the park, the more motorway-like A9 on the western side and a scenic route through the eastern side called the Snow Roads, which go past the skifield at Glenshee and the castles of Braemar and Balmoral (yes, that Balmoral).

Between Grantown-on-Spey at the northern end of the map just above, and Blairgowrie, just off the map to the south, is a distance of 90 miles or 144 kilometres. That gives you an idea of how big the park is!

The Snow Roads form a continuous through-route, but they are called the Snow Roads, plural, all the same.

The northern and southern sections of the through-route are each called the Old Military Road for most of their length. A section between the two military roads is called the Lecht Road. And there also a few side roads and short cuts as well.

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