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The weather in Carrbridge
The above is a climate diagram for Carrbridge. July is the warmest month in Carrbridge with average maximum temperatures of 19°. February is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 0°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Rent a holiday letting in Carrbridge to explore the Scottish Highlands
Gateway to the Cairngorms National Park, Carrbridge lies ensconced in spectacular forests, moorlands and mountain ranges. Discover it with Carrbridge accommodation.
Art and culture galore
Carrbridge's most visited attraction is the Packhorse Bridge which was built in 1717. Art enthusiasts should check out the Carrbridge Artists Studio and Gallery for its eclectic collection of ceramics, original paintings, sculptures and chainsaw carvings.
The town's event calendar features quirky and diverse events such as the annual Carrbridge Live Art and Music Festival, the Carve Carrbridge Chainsaw Carving Championship and the World Porridge Making Championship.
The Landmark Forest Adventure Park is home to Britain's first nature trail, the Treetop Trail. Plunge down the park's Wild Water Coasters or get bamboozled at the Bamboozeleum's infinity rooms featuring illusions and morphing machines.
Carrbridge's ancient pine forests are home to myriad bird and animal species spanning peregrine falcons, rare-crested tits, deer and red squirrels. At the nearby Cairngorm Reindeer Centre free-ranging herds roam the snowy terrain.
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