Police Scotland have issued a warning ahead of the annual Braemar Gathering.
The event, which is this year held on September 6, is expected to bring a large number of visitors to the area. In turn, police are warning motorists that there will be parking and traffic restrictions in place.
A one-way system will be in operation on Cluniebank Road, from Cluniebank Lodge to Frasers Bridge, to allow for the safe passage of vehicles to and from the event. No vehicle will be allowed to travel south on the road.
Vehicles heading in that direction will instead be diverted via Mar Road.
Police have revealed, however, that this flow of traffic will be reversed at a time yet to be determined, depending on the capacity of car parking. Vehicles then travelling north will be diverted via the A93 to Braemar, Mar Road and then Cluniebank Road.
There will also be a temporary prohibition of waiting in place on the A93, Invercauld Road and Mar Road, Braemar.