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The Weather in Torridon
Here is our climate diagram for Torridon. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 19°. February is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 0°. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is September.
Experience the Scottish Highlands at a Torridon holiday cottage
Situated on Scotland's northwest coast, in the heart of the stunning Scottish Highlands, the small town of Torridon is hugely popular with hikers and visitors who want to get away from it all. Choose a holiday cottage with a view and enjoy the dramatic scenery from the comfort of your own Torridon accommodation.
Wildlife spotting with the kids
Visitors of all ages will enjoy spotting local wildlife. Take the kids to the Torridon Countryside Centre, where they can learn about the animals and birds they might see on their visit, as well as gain tips about how to spot their tracks. Nearby, the Deer Museum tells visitors more about the rare red deer population, and how it has been managed and protected over the years. The coastline around Torridon is home to great beaches, ideal for younger kids who want to blow off some steam. Visit the sandy beach at Gaineamh Mhòr, which is backed by the Torridon Hills, or hike down the cliffs to the more secluded beach at Camas Mor. Take a boat trip on Loch Maree to explore its islands, home to hidden ruins, and wildlife.
Getting away from it all
Hiking is the number-one pursuit for visitors to Torridon, and for good reason, as the area boasts some of the most breathtaking views in the United Kingdom. Whereas easier routes take you along the shore of Loch Torridon, you could also head up into the Torridon Hills and bag yourself a couple of Munros – the local term for hills over 914 metres. Beinn Alligin and Liathach are two of the most popular peaks. As well as challenging yourself by climbing a Munro, you can also enjoy watching the local wildlife, including red deer, golden eagles, and sea otters along the coastline. Further north is Beinn Eighe, Britain's oldest nature reserve, crisscrossed by walking trails to suit all abilities. Start at the visitor centre in Kinlochewe to find out more about the reserve and to pick up useful maps and information about the area's wildlife.
Celebrate the beauty of mountain and sea
Every year in early October, Torridon hosts the Mountain & Sea Festival, a celebration of the area's unique ecology. Attend for the opportunity to enjoy activities such as guided hikes, sea kayaking, and climbing. After a day of exploring, head back to town and enjoy live music and sample local food and beer at the bars. The festival is popular with locals and visitors alike and is a great chance to experience all that this beautiful area of Scotland has to offer.
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