Two hill roads in Perthshire are still blocked by snow despite it being the second half of April.
Motorists were complaining yesterday that the infamous Kenmore to Glenquaich road is still closed because of snow, and that there is no warning sign on the assent from Kenmore to tell drivers they will have to turn back.
The Glenquaich road linking Kenmore to Amulree is a favourite for adventure drivers because of blind curves and hairpin switchbacks that lead in over the mountains.
But winter has still not lost its grip and meetings are due to be held by Kenmore Community Council with PKC and the police regarding signage and this single track road.
Across Loch Tay, the assent to Ben Lawers has been blocked for two weeks due to drifting snow making a big barrier over the unclassified road over to Glenlyon.
Perth and Kinross Council is aware of the hazard and has placed road closed signs at both ends of the high altitude pass - which five years ago had two German camper van teens stranded in the area for five weeks waiting for a thaw.