Inverness to Fort William Highland train
Discover Scotland’s scenic Highlands
Scotland’s Highlands are universally praised and considered among a number of the UK’s many beautiful locations to see thanks to a generous mix of majestic hills, lengthy glens, famous lochs, and stunning woodlands. The latest BritRail Scottish Highlands Pass is perfect for taking a trip on a number of Scotland’s most scenic trains like the West Highland Line between Glasgow and Oban or Mallaig. In addition, you can find the North Highland Line between Inverness and Kyle of Lochalsh or travel on Far North Line which rises to Thurso. The BritRail Scottish Highlands Pass enables you to experience these trains plus.
from Glasgow to Oban or Mallaig passes through tiny villages, lochs as well as the Arrochar Alps. If you’re visiting Oban, you will come across the ruins of Kilchum Castle. Additionally, whilst the train passes nearby the caverns of Hollow hill and reach River Awe, could recognize the setting of Sir Walter Scott’s short-story “The Highland Widow”.
The ride between Glasgow and Mallaig, is a 5 time and 13 minute journey that's enjoyable throughout the whole time. Shows feature views of castle ruins, bridges to mix and sights regarding the UK’s highest hill, the massive Ben Nevis, that is over 1, 340 yards high. Another familiar area is Corrour, the mainline station which starred in the movie ‘Trainspotting’. These are well-known film location, you can easily look forward to crossing the popular Glenfinnan Viaduct from the Harry Potter films. Additionally, your BritRail Scottish Highlands Pass includes passageway on ferry crossings from Oban to your Isle of Mull and from Mallaig into Isle of Skye.
The trip between the city of Inverness as well as the peaceful port of Kyle of Lochalsh on is more or less 2 hour and half an hour and functions views of mountains, rivers and lakes. Inverness is located a short length from Loch Ness, the notorious residence for the renowned Loch Ness monster. From Inverness, you'll go Thurso, where Scotland’s many north railway station is situated.
The BritRail Scottish Highlands Pass is good for an overall total of 4 travel days within 8 days, which gives the opportunity to stay immediately inside favorite places before hopping regarding the next train and includes travel on following railway outlines:
▪ Glasgow – Oban/Fort William/Mallaig
▪ Inverness – Kyle of Lochalsh
▪ Inverness – Wick/Thurso
▪ Inverness – Abderdeen
▪ Inverness – Aviemore
Regarding the next coach lines:
▪ Oban/FortWilliam – Inverness (Scottish Citylin/West Coast Motors)