Cairngorm is perhaps the best known resort in Scotland, and lies amongst some of Scotland’s highest (and coldest) mountains. Although it's the most developed resort it isn't as big as Glenshee, but does feature a furnicular railway. The skiing is situated on the upper mountain mainly, which is accessed by a new tram system which runs from the car park. It's northerly facing aspect means it has the best of the snow in the area.
For non-skiers the resort is still worth a visit, where you can enjoy a coffee or spot of lunch at Scotland’s highest restaurant that offers some incredible panoramic views.