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The Weather in Grantown on Spey
Above are the weather conditions for Grantown-on-Spey. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Grantown on Spey, with temperatures falling below 0°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Learn local legends at Grantown-on-Spey holiday cottages
Grantown-on-Spey accommodation positions you strategically close to Speyside whiskey producers such as the celebrated Glenlivet distillery. Wheeling birds of prey, dramatic lochs, and coastline are yours to discover.
Storytelling and ospreys
Why not visit Loch Garten Osprey Centre to learn more about these stunning native birds? Non-invasive CCTV captures their lives and nests close up, and you can learn about this Scottish breed from experienced staff. Watch them glide through the air and wander their ancient pine forest habitat.
Visit the Logie Estate, snuggled in the glorious Findhorn Valley, not far from Forres. A river glitters past the formal gardens adjacent to the historic house. Meanwhile, Findhorn Heritage Centre teaches about local legends such as the Wolf of Badenoch and stories surrounding natural marvels such as Randolph's Leap.
Craggan and Christmas
Hang out at Craggan Outdoors, which offers one of the broadest arrays of outdoor activities in Scotland. Zip wire assault courses are just the beginning. There's also clay pigeon shooting, quad biking, pony trekking, and paintballing, as well as canoeing on the River Spey, mountain biking, and gorge walking.
In the winter months, there are few things more Christmassy and atmospheric than a visit to Cairngorm Reindeer Centre. Situated in the stunning Cairngorm Mountains, the centre is the perfect place to watch this remarkable breed wandering about in their natural habitat. Follow trails winding through the area and learn more about the herd at the visitor centre.
Skiing and landscapes
Go skiing on the pristine slopes of Cairngorm Mountain, where reindeer roam and Britain's birds of prey soar. Learn about the history and legends that surround the mountain like its ski runs. In summer, rangers give guided walks of the mountain, encompassing both its heritage and wildlife.
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