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The weather in Newtonmore
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 0° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Explore castles or go dog sledding with a Newtonmore holiday letting
Lochs glitter invitingly in the vicinity of your comfortable Newtonmore accommodation beneath the Cairngorm mountain range. Plunge into the picturesque wilderness and enjoy all sorts of outdoor sports.
Castles and more
At the Highland Folk Museum, you can travel back 300 years in time and experience life in an up-and-coming 1700s town. Thatched houses and peat fires set the tone for your visit, during which you'll visit a working croft and an award-winning museum, where a Victorian sawmill and 1950s summerhouse are also waiting.
You could also see Blair Castle, which dates back to 1269. It is set amid idyllic grounds developed during the 1800s, the heydey of landscape design.
Monkey around at the Highland Wildlife Park, which native Scottish species and exotic animals call home. As you drive around the reserve on safari, you'll meet European Bison, deer, elk, and Przewalski's horses, along with a variety of wild birds. Learn more about these fascinating animals at the visitor centre before picnicking or dining at the restaurant.
Make a splash at Loch Insch Watersport and Activity Centre. A huge variety of watersports are available, including sailing, paddle boating, and raft building. Land lovers can have a go at archery, or go hiking or mountain biking.
Why not combine technology with nature on a Segway trek? Set off into the Cairngorms, exploring the banks of the River Spey and Loch Alvie. Off-road adventures on your Segway are yours to enjoy across 97 acres of pine and birch woodland punctuated by spectacular mountain vistas.
At the Cairngorm Sleddog Centre, you can experience traditional dog sledding, whether or not there's snow on the ground. Open throughout the year, its innovative technology lets you discover 18 miles of trails under puppy power. Don't miss the museum, which offers more information about your thrilling experience.
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