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The Weather in Kinlochleven
Above are the weather conditions for Kinlochleven. July is the warmest month of the year in Kinlochleven, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 19°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 2° in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Stay at a Kinlocheleven holiday cottage and explore beautiful Glencoe
Sitting at the east end of picturesque Loch Leven and within easy reach of historic and breathtakingly beautiful Glencoe, Kinlochleven accommodation has much to offer visitors to the region. Head for the great outdoors and explore the Scottish scenery on foot, or take things easy and spend your visit learning about the area's history and culture at its museums and visitor centres.
Keep the kids happy
While some kids, especially younger ones, may find the area's walking routes too demanding, they can still enjoy the stunning views by riding a cable car to the summit of Aonach Mòr, 650 metres above sea level. They'll also love visiting Kinlochleven's Ice Factory, which caters to holidaymakers of all ages. Try the ice climbing wall, take a spin on the skating rink, or challenge yourself on the aerial assault course. Harry Potter fans will be excited to take a trip on the Jacobite Steam Train, which runs from Fort William to Mallaig, and was used in many scenes in the movies. Look out for the impressive curving Glenfinnan Viaduct as your train makes its way to the seaside.
Explore Scotland's highlands
Whereas Glencoe is infamous for being where the Campbells slaughtered the MacDonalds, it's much quieter and safer these days! The Glencoe Visitor Centre is a good place to start your visit, not only to learn more about how the glen was formed and its recent history, but also to pick up maps for one of the many hiking routes in and around Kinlochleven. One of the most popular is the walk up the Devil's Staircase, a steep path ending with amazing views of Glencoe and the surroundings. To discover more about this area's heritage, head to the West Highland Museum in Fort William, which features gruesome exhibits about crime and punishment, as well as the story of Bonnie Prince Charlie.
Rural traditions and high-speed thrills
Make the most of your visit to Kinlochleven by attending one of the area's many rural events and shows. The Glenfinnan Gathering, which takes place on the shores of Loch Shiel, recreates Bonnie Prince Charlie's 1645 landing to claim back the British throne. Meanwhile, the Lochaber Agricultural Show features competitions for the best farm animals, as well as for traditional crafts such as jam making and knitting. If extreme sports are more to your taste, nearby Fort William hosts the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup every June, with competitors speeding down the steep slopes of the Nevis Range in a bid to take first prize. Alternatively, in September, you can watch experienced hill runners take on the Ben Nevis Race, a tough run to the summit of Britain's highest mountain and back again.
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