Kinlochleven is located in the “Outdoor Capital of the UK”, there is certainly no shortage of activities indoor or outdoor.
Rugged Paddleboard Glencoe – Private Loch Leven Lessons or Rental, available by arrangement, telephone 07814 802175
Dragon’s Tooth Golf Course, North Ballachulish – around a 15-20 minute drive, you do not need to be a member as they offer a day rate, book in advance via Glencoe Activities website
Vertical Descents, Kinlochleven – thrill seeking watersports such as canyoning, white water rafting and kayaking, telephone 01855 821593
Via Ferrata, Kinlochleven – test your nerves with a guided walk up the Greymare’s Waterfall, telephone 01855 821593 to book in advance
The Ice Factor, Kinlochleven – (currently closed due to Covid-19) indoor climbing and bouldering wall, indoor ice climbing wall, outdoor shop, gift shop and café
Nevis Range Ski Centre, Gondola & Mountain Bike Trails – about a 40 minute drive from the village here you can enjoy skiing in the winter, various mountain bike trails and downhill tracks during the summer or take a trip up on the Gondola to take in the views from the top.
Glencoe Mountain Resort – skiing and mountain biking, with open chairlift to the top of the hill to enjoy the views out over the Glen
Skiing – Kinlochleven is a fantastic base if you like your wintersports, well located between two Scottish Ski Resorts. Glencoe Mountain Resort is only a 20-30 minute drive away and Nevis Range around 40 minutes in the opposite direction. Both of these ski resorts are open all year round with their chairlifts and gondola’s providing access up the hill to enjoy the stunning scenery as well as enjoy the great range of skiing runs.
Segway Tours, North Ballachulish – (currently closed due to Covid-19) available to hire at Glencoe Activities, next to Dragon’s Tooth Golf Course
Bike Hire – available from Off Beat Bikes on Fort William High Street and Nevis Cycles at Nevis Range (not sure if they are currently hiring bikes due to Covid-19, best to check in advance)
Fishing – is permitted on the river with a permit which can be bought from the Post Office or you can fish the loch without a permit.
Rich Mountain Experiences – local walking guide, telephone 01855 831755