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The weather in Drumnadrochit
Above are the weather conditions for Drumnadrochit. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 19° No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 0° low. September is the driest month.
Relax in a holiday cottage in the legendary town of Drumnadrochit
Nestled on the northern shore of the legendary Loch Ness, the charming village of Drumnadrochit is the perfect base to explore breathtaking destinations around the area. Staying at Drumnadrochit accommodations grants you with an immersive cultural experience, letting you join local festivities year round.
History and culture meet
Sightings of the famous Loch Ness monster started as early as 565 AD, and 'Nessie' was photographed by surgeon R.K. Wilson in 1933. Today, there are cruises of the loch with audio commentaries – join, and maybe you'll catch a glimpse of the legendary creature. Make sure to bring your camera!
Towering above the waters are the imposing ruins of Urquhart Castle. Culture seekers will love this grand fortress. Built almost 1,000 years ago, it holds exhibitions on the castle's colourful history.
Experience nature at its fullest
Venture out on a picturesque and fun outdoor excursion. Take a relaxing hike to the hilltop of Craig Mony and enjoy panoramic views over Drumnadrochit and Loch Ness. Check out Highland Riding Centre and indulge in a trek across the sleepy countryside with spectacular views of nature. Alternatively, you could also see the Scottish Highlands by renting a motorbike for a day.
Take part in local festivities
The Loch Ness Film Festival, run by a Scottish charity, screens engaging 15-minute short films. The event is usually held every last weekend of July, with local volunteers welcoming you.
If you happen to be in the area in August, make sure to attend the Glenurquhart Highland Gathering to see its dancing, competitions, pipe bands, road races, and track events. You'll remember this exciting event for years to come – make sure to plan ahead for this popular celebration.
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