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A Day of Stunning Views and Nature Walks

The views on your journey today are nothing short of breathtaking and some of the best Scotland has to offer!

The morning begins, passing through Fort William, and soon views of the majestic Ben Nevis, at 1,344m the UK’s highest peak. Traveling by the side of Loch Eil you then pass Glenfinnan, with its impressive curved viaduct, also known as the Harry Potter bridge and then on to Lochailort, before turning north along this dramatic coastline to Arisaig. A quick stop here for a walk along the Silver Sands of Morar – gleaming white-sand beaches – enjoying romantic views across the Sound of Sleat to the Isle of Skye and the jagged Cuillin Mountains.

Back on board, lunch is served as the train retraces its route towards Fort William. Disembark here for a fascinating visit to historic Glenfinnan, where the Jacobite Rising began in 1745. You are joined by your local guide, who brings to life stories of Bonnie Prince Charlie and other great Scottish heroes. Enjoy drinks and some light bites in the traditional cosy bar of The Old Station Restaurant located at Spean Bridge Railway Station, before walking the very short distance to the train when it arrives into Spean Bridge Station early evening.



Fort William

Fort William, UK

Ben Nevis

Ben Nevis, Fort William, UK

Glenfinnan Viaduct

Glenfinnan Viaduct, Glenfinnan, UK


Arisaig, UK

Cuillin Mountains

Cuillin Mountains, Isle of Skye, UK

Spean Bridge Railway Station

Spean Bridge (SBR), Spean Bridge, UK

Bridge of Orchy

Bridge of Orchy, UK