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Jacobite Steam Train, independent rail & hike tour of The Highlands & Isle of Skye
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Highlights

  • Discovering Scotland’s lochs, glens and mountains on foot and by rail.
  • Crossing Glenfinnan Viaduct on the Jacobite Steam Train, ‘Hogwarts Express’.
  • Exploring the rugged and romantic Isle of Skye, and walking the Great Glen.
  • Riding the remote North Highland Line from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh.
  • Getting to know the hosts of your hand-picked small hotels and guesthouses.

Experience the Scottish Highlands by train and on foot, taking in some of the best scenic rail journeys in the world. Starting from the regal city of Edinburgh, travel deep into the Highlands and across to the Isle of Skye, before returning to vibrant Glasgow.

Ride the iconic West Highland Line on the Jacobite steam train, the ’Hogwarts Express’, as well as the as North Highland Line, one of Britain’s most remote and spectacular, between Inverness and Kyle of Lochalsh, gateway to Skye. Relax as you speed past brooding lochs, leafy glens and rugged mountains. What’s more, you’ve some rewarding hikes included, as well as time to explore castles, ancient battlefields, Loch Ness, distilleries and centuries-old Highland estates.

If you'd like to treat yourselves to something really special, then take a look at our Luxury Highlands & Isle of Skye tour, which stays in boutique properties, including lodges and castle hotels.

Day 1: Edinburgh to Blair Atholl by train

Your rail and hike adventure through Scotland starts in the majestic capital of Edinburgh. Jump on board your first train which whisks you away into the Highlands to charming Blair Atholl (2hrs approx.).


Settle into your cosy B&B for a two night stay; the ideal base from which to explore.


Overnight: The Atholl Arms Hotel, Blair Atholl


Day 2: Blair Atholl Walks & Castle

After a hearty Scottish breakfast explore the idyllic Atholl Estates. Follow paths that meander through woodland and heather-clad hills  surrounding Blair Castle, the historic home of the Earls and Dukes of Atholl and dating from the 1200s.  


Alternatively, take a lovely 9 mile riverside walk to the quaint and popular town of Pitlochry, returning by local bus.


Walk: Up to 13 miles (21km), minimal ascent/descent.


Overnight: The Atholl Arms Hotel, Blair Atholl


Day 3: Train to Inverness, Optional Visit to Loch Ness/Culloden Battlefield

An early start today (1h30 train ride) will give you plenty of time to discover Inverness. This friendly city has several of Scotland’s star attractions close by. Visit Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle on an optional day trip by boat and coach, or the Culloden Battlefield exhibition, scene of the last Jacobite uprising in 1745, is an easy bus ride away.


If you’d prefer to stretch your legs, set out on a superb loop walk along the peaceful River Ness and Caledonian Canal.


Walk: 7 miles (11km), minimal ascent/descent


Overnight: Acorn Guest House, Inverness


Day 4: North Highland Line to Portree

Sit back and relax as you depart Inverness on the iconic North Highland Line, a stunningly scenic journey alongside remote lochs, glens and mountains to the seaside station of Kyle of Lochalsh (2h30).


Here you change for a bus (payable locally) which carries you over the Skye bridge to the isle itself and on to Portree (1hr) your base on Skye.


Overnight: Duirinish Guesthouse, Portree


Day 5: The Storr, Portree Coastal Walk or Optional Day Trip

The colourful waterfront houses of Portree harbour adorn many a picture postcard. Today you’re free to wander around this delightful Highland town, or you could take a bus journey (25 mins, payable locally) to The Storr; a rocky hill on the Trotternish peninsula. From here, it’s a rewarding 8 mile walk along the coast back to Portree.


Alternatively, take a day trip around the Isle of Skye (supplement payable), taking in the brooding black and red peaks of the Cuillins, Talisker Distillery, and the rock pinnacle of the Quiraing. Calmac also operates a ferry service from nearby Sconser to Raasay if you prefer to explore one of the islands.  


Walk: Storr to Portree Coast, 8 miles (13km), 465m ascent


Overnight: Duirinish Guesthouse, Portree


Day 6: Travel to Mallaig, Jacobite steam train to Fort William

You can look forward to many memorable travel experiences today!  First, take a scenic bus ride (1hr, payable locally) to Armadale, where you catch the trusty Calmac ferry (30 mins) to Mallaig.


Arriving back on the mainland, its time for a highlight of your adventure—the Jacobite steam train. The ’Hogwarts Express’ winds its way past pristine beaches and mountain panoramas, passing over the Glenfinnan viaduct to arrive at the lochside town of Fort William (2h50).  


Overnight: MacLean Guest House, Fort William


Day 7: Walk to Spean Bridge

Enjoy a lovely walk today, with views of Britain’s tallest mountain, Ben Nevis, and you’ll also enjoy the impressive eight locks of Neptune’s Staircase along the Caledonian Canal.  Take in the impressive panorama of the Commando Memorial, as you make your way to Spean Bridge.


The trail begins with an easy walk along the canal, heading up the Great Glen and through woodland that is home to red squirrels.  


Walk: 15 miles (24km), 190m ascent/descent


Overnight: Spean Lodge, Spean Bridge


Day 8: West Highland Line to Glasgow

Get ready for yet another of Britain’s most scenic railway journeys as you travel south on the classic West Highland Line.


Soak up the last of the Highland scenery from your seat as you speed through the fertile Great Glen to Rannoch Moor, a remote plateau at 300m above sea level. This is a wild landscape of peat bogs, lochans and ancient forests, home now to herds of red deer.


Your delightful 3h30 journey ends in the vibrant city of Glasgow, from where you can make your onward journey.  Accommodation tonight in Glasgow is not included, however please contact us should you wish us to make arrangements for you.


 

Accommodation

7 nights accommodation is included in hand-picked small hotels, B&B’s or guesthouses, of a 3-star standard.


We carefully select small and friendly accommodation that offers great value, food and welcomes. The properties we normally use are detailed in the itinerary, however are subject to availability and therefore alternatives of an equal standard may be offered.




You can add extra nights at any point during your stay, and we particularly recommend doing so in Edinburgh and Glasgow as there is so much to see and do —please contact us for details.



We book en suite rooms as standard. If there are no en suite rooms available in an overnight location, we may book a room with shared facilities, but we would always inform you in advance if this was the case.


Accommodation Upgrade

If you would prefer a little extra luxury whilst in Blair Atholl, Inverness, on Skye, Fort William/Spean Bridge you can upgrade to 'In Style' properties. For this option we use a selection of country hotels, luxury bed and breakfasts and country inns of character.


Single Rooms & Solo Walkers

This holiday is available to solo walkers, although a single supplement is payable. If you require single rooms within your party we would be happy to accommodate your request, although it is not generally possible to secure more than three single rooms in a party. A single supplement is payable.


Meals

Breakfast is included each morning while lunch and dinner are not included so you are free to choose from the available options. Your accommodation will be more than happy to provide a packed lunch on request and this can be booked on arrival, alternatively you can stop at local shops and convenient lunch stops on the way. Dinner is available either at your accommodation or nearby pubs and restaurants.




 

 

 



Atholl Arms Hotel - Blair Atholl



Atholl Arms Hotel - Blair Atholl

A traditional Scottish Highland hotel, almost adjacent to the entrance of Blair Castle, next to the railway station. Each of the 31 bedrooms is decorated in a unique tartan. There is a Baronial Dining Room, complete with minstrels' gallery, as well as a charming 'Bothy Bar'.


 

 

 


 

 

 



Acorn Guesthouse - Inverness



Acorn Guesthouse - Inverness

Dugie and Fiona run this characterful and charming guest house, situated within walking distance of the town centre. There is free WiFi and guests can enjoy a hot tub and sauna (extra charge).


 

 

 


 

 

 



Duirinish B&B - Portree



Duirinish B&B - Portree

Ruth and Allan are your friendly hosts at Duirinish B&B, located just a five minute walk from the lively town centre of Portree. Enjoy complimentary in-room tea and coffee-making facilities, and there is WiFi for guests.


 

 

 


 

 

 



MacLean Guesthouse - Fort William



MacLean Guesthouse - Fort William

This modern eight-room property is located just a five minute walk from the train station and town centre. Rooms are modern and bright, and there is free WiFi for guests.


 

 

 


 

 

 



Spean Lodge - Spean Bridge



Spean Lodge - Spean Bridge

Spean Lodge is a lovely historic highland lodge set in woodland above the River Spean, just a 5 mins walk from the train station. Cosy rooms have William Morris furnishings, tea and coffee making facilities and free WiFi. Relax in the comfortable guest lounge.


 

 

 

Availability

Please note that Skye is exceptionally popular throughout the Summer months.  As a result it may be necessary to book upgraded accommodations and / or taxi transfers to accommodate your dates.  Your specialist will inform you of this prior to confirming your booking and advise of any supplement payable.


This trip is available between mid-May and mid-October.
Start dates are dictated by 
operational timetables of the Jacobite Steam Train.


  • 20 May - 12 June 2017: you can start this tour on a Weds, Thurs, Fri, Saturday or Sunday.
  • 13 June - 17 Sept 2017: you can start this tour any day of the week.
  • 18 Sept - 16 Oct 2017: you can start this tour on a Weds, thurs, Fri, Saturday or Sunday.

Single Rooms & Solo Walkers

This holiday is available to solo walkers, although a single supplement is payable. If you require single rooms within your party we would be happy to accommodate your request, although it is not generally possible to secure more than three single rooms in a party. A single supplement is payable.


Grade & Terrain

This trip is graded easy to moderate and includes daily walks of up to 12 miles (Day 7). As all walks are self-guided, you will be responsible for navigation, decision-making and safety during your trip. The terrain may be rugged underfoot with some hills but not too strenuous. You should enjoy a good level of fitness to make the most of this trip.


Navigation, Route Notes & Maps

The majority of the walks suggested on this trip (with the exception of Skye) are way marked and we supply you with maps and route notes so you can easily find your way.


Baggage Transfer

Your bags will be transfered for you on Day 7, when you walk from
Fort William to Spean Bridge. We ask you to limit your luggage to one
bag of up to 18kg per person. On the rail/bus days we ask that you take
all your baggage with you aboard the train/bus.


Day Trips & Excursions

You can book optional day trips from both Inverness (exploring Loch Ness) and Portree (exploring Skye).  These are optional extras and are not included in tour arrangements, as you can either enjoy a  suggested walk, or opt for a day trip.  These excursions are available to book as options on our website, or contact us to add them to your arrangements.  


Travel Insurance

It is a requirement of booking this tour with Macs Adventure that you have suitable travel insurance which covers you for the activity and emergency evacuation and hospital care.


Travel Timetables, Train Journeys

The website www.travelinescotland.com is fantastic for researching train and bus timetables throughout Scotland. Your pre-departure information pack will also have handy hints and tips about journeys and transport services.


Included in your arrangements are second class travel on Scotrail services as per your itinerary. These are 'Anytime' tickets which can be used at any time during the specified date of travel.


Accommodation Location

We will always try and accommodate
you at the locations detailed in your itinerary. Occasionally, because
of limited availability, there is the option to be accommodated at an
alternative location. In the unlikely event that we have to accommodate
you elsewhere we will advise you of this before confirming your booking.
You will have the option to change your dates or we can arrange
transfers to and from an alternative overnight accommodation (additional cost payable for transfers).


General Information

The distances and ascent/descents are approximations of the recommended routes. Please be prepared by packing all necessary items, for example, proper rain gear (jacket and pants), sun hat, sunscreen. Your information pack has a detailed equipment list which includes standard walking gear such as good walking boots or shoes, warm and waterproof clothes for the cooler months and lightweight clothing for summer, and a day pack. 



Getting to Edinburgh and from Glasgow

By Air: Both Edinburgh and Glasgow Airports are well-served by low-cost and scheduled airlines. From Edinburgh Airport you can travel by tram or airport shuttle bus to the city centre (approx. 30 mins).  From Glasgow Buchanan St Bus station (city centre) an airport shuttle operates regularly to the airport (approx. 30 mins). Further information will be detailed in your pre-departure information pack. 


Travel Timetables, Spirit of Scotland Travelpass


The website www.travelinescotland.com is fantastic for researching train and bus timetables throughout Scotland. Your pre-departure information pack will also have handy hints and tips about journeys and transport services.


Included in your arrangements is a Spirit of Scotland Travelpass, which gives you four days of unlimited travel over eight consecutive days. Conditions apply. Full details will be given in your pre-departure information pack. Please see ‘not included’ section for travel that is not covered in the pass but suggested in your itinerary.

Included

  • 7 Nights in small hotels and B&B’s (3-star standard).
  • 7 Breakfasts.
  • Train travel Edinburgh-Blair Atholl-Inverness-Kyle of Lochalsh and Spean Bridge-Fort William (Days 1, 3, 4 & 8).
  • Ferry Armadale to Mallaig.
  • Jacobite steam train (standard class) from Mallaig to Fort William.
  • Luggage transfer on Day 7.
  • Maps & route notes.
  • 24/7 Telephone support from our UK office.

Excluded

  • Travel to Edinburgh/from Glasgow.
  • Overnight in Edinburgh/Glasgow.
  • Travel if required on Days 2 & 5.
  • Bus from Kyle of Lochalsh to Portree (Day 4).
  • Bus from Portree to Armadale on Day 6 (payable locally).
  • Optional excursions from Inverness & Portree.
  • Lunches, dinners, snacks and drinks.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Personal equipment.
  • Taxi transfers or public transport should you need to skip a stage.
  • Mountain rescue/emergency assistance.

Extras

  • Additional nights (recommended in Edinburgh & Glasgow.
  • Single room/solo traveller supplement.
  • Upgrade to first class rail travel on the Jacobite steam train.
  • Guided full-day excursion on the Isle of Skye.
  • Day trip from Inverness to Loch Ness & Urquhart Castle (cruise/coach tour).

We are often asked the following questions and I hope that you will find the answers useful.

How fit do I need to be?

With up to 12 miles of walking and the possibility to shorten the walks or take easier routes (or opt instead for a sightseeing day trip on a couple of occasions), you should have a good level of fitness to make the most of the itinerary. Getting out and about exploring Scotland on foot is incredibly rewarding, and complements the sections of the trip where you'll be travelling by train.

How far in advance do I need to book?

We suggest you book as soon as your plans are finalised as the region is extremely popular especially the Isle of Skye over the summer months (June to September). The accommodations mentioned on our website are those that we normally use and are subject to availability at the time of booking, however we work with many excellent B&Bs and small hotels in the areas you'll be visiting, and we will always try and accommodate your plans.

What personal equipment do I need?

You will need good walking shoes/boots (ideally waterproof), comfortable walking clothes, waterproof jacket and trousers, a daypack and hats/gloves etc. Our info packs have a list of all equipement to bring on your walk.

When is the best time of year?

Traditionally May has always been the most popular time of year because the theory goes that the weather is better and the midges have not yet appeared. Although having walked in every summer month we believe any time between late May and October offers a wonderful experience.

What are the midges like?

Midges are small biting insects (much like north American gnats) which are prevalent in the summer months. They are particularly bad on still, overcast days but do not bother you if you are moving, the wind is blowing, sun is shining, it’s raining, or you are inside so as long as you carry repellent for the odd occasion you may need it they shouldn’t have any impact on your experience.

Am I able to take my dog?

Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate walkers with dogs as many of the accommodation providers we use do not accept pets and several sections of the way are closed to dogs as they are permissive paths through farm land.

What happens if I can’t walk a stage?

You can use public transport or local taxis to move you to the next overnight stop. Full details are included in your info pack.

 

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  • Great accommodations (19)
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5.0

Well Organised

By Glen

from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

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Pros

  • Fun
  • Great Accommodations
  • Well Organised

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Holiday

    Comments about macs adventure The Highlands & Isle of Skye: Rail & Hike:

    We enjoyed our trip overall. Highlights, were the tour of Blair Castle, the walk from Blair Atholl to Pitlochry and the standout was the hike from Store Loch Dam to Portree. Train trips were nice overall. We didn't care as much for the very popular Jacobite Train trip to Fort William, but that's just us. People were great, whether the owners of the B&Bs or servers in pubs or the public.
    Having the itinerary laid out made the trip much easier and a big thank you to Cara for providing me a replacement itinerary.

     
    5.0

    Great way to see some of the best of Scotland

    By Diane

    from San Diego, CA

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    • Great Accommodations
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      Comments about macs adventure The Highlands & Isle of Skye: Rail & Hike:

      Great way to see Scotland. Everything was well organized and the directions for the most part were spot on. The only caveat was the coastal walk from the Storr to Portree. The trail was pretty nonexistent and very wet. We were never sure if we were on the right path and turned around about half way and retraced our steps. Scenery was still outstanding and Alan and Ruth at our B&B kindly put our wet shoes in the drying room. All in all a wonderful adventure.

       
      5.0

      I would go with Macs Adventure again!

      By Happy hiker

      from California

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      Pros

      • Fun
      • Great Accommodations
      • Well Organised

      Cons

      • Exhausting

      Best Uses

      • Holiday

      Comments about macs adventure The Highlands & Isle of Skye: Rail & Hike:

      Macs Adventure produced a great package that totally worked. We had no problems, but felt we could always contact them for assistance. Selected B&Bs were always fun and welcoming, as well as clean and neat. Prepared information packets were very helpful and detailed. We felt well prepared as we set out as beginner travelers!

       
      5.0

      Sky is not the limit

      By Macro

      from Melbourne

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      Pros

      • Fun
      • Great Accommodations
      • Once in a Lifetime Experience
      • Spectacular highlands scenery
      • Well Organised

      Cons

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        • Holiday
        • Needed two weeks to do it justice
        • Relaxation
        • Thrill Seeking
        • Trying Something New

        Comments about macs adventure The Highlands & Isle of Skye: Rail & Hike:

        Accomodation was consistently good. Too many loud tourists on Harry Potter train trip. One day impacted by a train cancelation out of Inverness.

         
        4.0

        10 days in Scotland do this trip

        By JT

        from OC CA

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        Comments about macs adventure The Highlands & Isle of Skye: Rail & Hike:

        For travelers that like to "do their own thing" this was just the right mix of well-paced, pre-arranged transit and accommadations through a pretty thorough selection of should see areas and sites, with plenty of flexibility for exploring and food/fun exploring along the way.

         
        5.0

        Absolutely !

        By LJF

        from Minnesota, U.S.

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        Pros

        • Fun
        • Great way to see Scotand.
        • Once in a Lifetime Experience
        • Rail travel was easy and stress free.
        • Well Organised

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Holiday
          • Relaxation
          • Trying Something New

          Comments about macs adventure The Highlands & Isle of Skye: Rail & Hike:

          Great experience. Great way to see Scotland. Rail travel was easy and stress free. Rail stations conveniently located in city centers and and within easy walking distance of hotels. Hotels were all good, one somewhat noisy. Everyone we met was very welcoming and helpful. Directions were generally easy to follow.
          Pitlochy definitely worth visiting. Edradour distillery tour in Pitlochy very good.
          We would highly recommend taking a tour of the Isle of Skye. The island is a natural wonder that should be seen beyond Portree and vicinity. We used SkyeBus, which was very good. Make reservations at Portree restaurants.
          Make sure you call ahead if you want a ride from Gairlochy to Spaen Bridge. There are no services in Gairlochy and we were without cell service. Fortunately a local work crew made a call for us for a ride to our hotel in Spaen Bridge.
          Again great trip.

           
          4.0

          A perfect way to see Scotland's stunning scenary

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          from Essex

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          • Great Accommodations
          • Well Organised

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            Comments about macs adventure The Highlands & Isle of Skye: Rail & Hike:

            The combination of rail and hike was ideal for us 'amateur' walkers - it gave us the chance to taste a variety of locations - and the wonderful Skye - and to experience this stunning landscape without blisters!

            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Great overview of Scotland

            By TGT

            from White Rock Canada

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            Pros

            • Fun
            • Well Organised

            Cons

            • mix of good and average accommodations

            Best Uses

            • Holiday
            • Relaxation
            • Trying Something New

            Comments about macs adventure The Highlands & Isle of Skye: Rail & Hike:

            Provided a good way to see Scotland on our own but with organized stays in a short period. Better than a tour bus. Met some interesting people. We had great weather. Only problem was one of our transport tickets was for the wrong day, but Mac's quickly sorted that out. Recommend upgrade to first class on the stream train...far better seats and you are at the rear of the train (going towards Ft. William) for photos of train on curves. Also, pick right side of train with two seats facing each other.

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            5.0

            My Scottish adventure

            By Michael

            from Cape Town

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            Pros

            • Educational
            • Fun
            • Once in a Lifetime Experience
            • Walking meditation
            • Well Organised

            Cons

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              • As challenging as you make it
              • Holiday
              • Trying Something New

              Comments about macs adventure The Highlands & Isle of Skye: Rail & Hike:

              This was my first solo walk, following an earlier Macs Adventure in South Devon as part of a group.The weather was challenging but, properly prepared for, is manageable.The accommodation for the most part was very good, with two that were disappointing.The early arrival at Blair Atholl allows good time to explore Blair Castle and some of its grounds which is highly recommended, together with the walk to Pitlochry via the very informative Killiecrankie Visitor Centre the following day. A visit to one of the whisky distilleries in Pitlochry is also an option. I managed a short walk in Inverness followed by an afternoon Loch Ness cruise to Urquhart Castle which was enjoyable. The Isle of Skye has spectacular scenery and is easily explored from Portree. I took a morning, guided bus tour with Go Skye which is recommended as the local bus transport is infrequent. I added an extra night in Fort William which allowed me time to climb Ben Nevis, the highlight of my walks on this adventure, in spite of 55km/hour winds and -3deg temperatures on the summit. Spean Bridge was something of a non-event after the excitement of the other stopovers, although a visit to the Ben Nevis distillery and watching the locks in operation at Neptune's Staircase en route more than compensated. I did however opt for the 7:57 train and added a night in Glasgow and was very pleased that I had as it is an interesting and friendly city. The rail and transport connections were all very good, especially the Jacobite Express. If I did it again I would opt for a first class ticket, including on some of the other journeys too. Booking ahead for some restaurants is essential in peak season, even as a resident in the hotel.

               
              4.0

              Great Tour

              By Jenny

              from South Australia

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              • Great Accommodations
              • Well Organised

              Cons

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                • Holiday

                Comments about macs adventure The Highlands & Isle of Skye: Rail & Hike:

                Had a great time on the highlands and isle of Skye rail and hike tour. Everything went smoothly and train travel was easy. Struck bad weather on the isle of Skye but the rest of the time was good. Accomodation was great and the hiking was a great experience.

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