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The population grew to over 400 by the late 18th century but was cleared of its indigenous population between 18.
The island then became a sporting estate, the exotic Kinloch Castle being constructed by the Bulloughs in 1900.
The area is occasionally closed to visitors during the period of the deer rut in the autumn.
Of the nine hamlets that were mapped in 1801, seven of the names are of Norse origin.
making it one of the most sparsely populated of all Scottish islands.
As with the rest of the British Isles and Scotland, Rùm features a strongly maritime climate with cool summers and mild winters.
There is a Met Office weather station at Kinloch providing long term climate observations.
The island was cleared of its indigenous population prior to being mapped by the Ordnance Survey, so it is possible that many place names are speculative.