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The Weather in Aberfoyle
Here is our climate diagram for Aberfoyle. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Stay at an Aberfoyle holiday cottage in the heart of the Trossachs
The Trossachs village of Aberfoyle brands itself as 'The Gateway to the Highlands', and is an excellent choice for an active break. Aberfoyle accommodation includes traditional cottages and apartments, with larger properties and houses in the surrounding countryside.
Local produce and whisky in abundance
You'll find a wide range of options for eating and drinking in Aberfoyle and the surrounding area. Many restaurants embrace the best of local produce, so expect to find haggis, venison, and lots of fish on the menus. There's a small supermarket in town and regular farmers' markets at nearby Callander and Balloch. Around 20 minutes by car from Aberfoyle is Glengoyne Distillery, where you can see whisky being made in the traditional manner and buy whisky-based gifts to take home.
Active outdoor exploration in the Trossachs
One of the best places to start exploring the Trossachs is at the visitor centre for the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, 50,000 acres of managed woodland. Pick up a leaflet showing the many walking trail routes through the forest, find out about the local wildlife, or just have a cup of tea in the café as the kids play in the play area. Also onsite is an aerial rope and climbing course which will be a hit with adventurous teens, and just to the west at Loch Ard, people of all ages can attempt a floating assault course between April and October.
Cruise along Loch Katrine in Victorian splendour
A short distance north of Aberfoyle is Loch Katrine, the beautiful setting for novels by Sir Walter Scott. A steamship built in 1900 named after the famous novelist takes visitors on cruises along the loch, giving a different perspective of the surrounding countryside. Slightly further afield is Stirling, one of Scotland's oldest cities. See its historic castle and jail, shops, restaurants, and many other visitor attractions.
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