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The weather in Lanark
Above are the weather conditions for Lanark. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 1° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Discover World Heritage with Lanark holiday cottages
Find out why New Lanark is a World Heritage Site when you stay in a holiday home in this atmospheric part of the world. The 18th century village is set into dramatic Scottish landscapes. It is the dream of Robert Owen, and its cotton mill buildings and school retain an aura of magic today.
UNESCO World Heritage
You can still see New Lanark's original 1785 water wheels and cotton mills, making New Lanark one of the largest industrial era assemblages in the world. Note the value that the founders placed on moral, social and environmental values. The development has had an enduring impact on social history in the intervening 200 years.
Lanark itself has been a market town since medieval times. Way back in 1140, King David I granted it certain trade privileges that put it on the map, making it a centre of Norman civilization. You can still see the town gates of Lanark, and the remains of a Motte and Bailey castle at Castlegate. Spot local artefacts at the Lanark Museum.
Races and reserves
Wander through town to Provost's Lamp at the bottom of the high street. The decorative gas lamp was positioned outside the home of the individual holding office at the time.
Take a trip to Lanark Racecourse, which now offers pony trekking. The racecourse has also been used as an aviation base during its 100 year history because of its flat terrain. Next, hike the Scottish Wildlife Trust's Corehouse Nature Reserve and the thunderous Falls of Clyde.
Experience Lanark's traditional day
Floats glide through Lanark's streets attended by pipe bands on Lanark Lanimer Day in June. Primary school children select a Lanimer Queen, and a Lord Cornet chosen from local businessmen.
Watch as local riders participate in the historic Riding of the Marches. Prizes are awarded for the best floats, and the party continues late into the night throughout town.
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