| The Road to the Isles
The Road to the Isles is a useful site providing information on what to see, whats on, where to stay and more in the area served by the West Highland Lines between Fort William and Mallaig.
| Fort William – Outdoor Capital of the UK
Fort William claims to be the Outdoor Capital of the UK. It is a justifiable claim offering a fantastic range of outdoor WATER, SNOW and MOUNTAIN activities in stunning landscapes. Travel by the West Highland Line to arrive fresh for adventure and return relaxed for maximum enjoyment.
| Forest Holidays Ardgartan
Forest Holidays’ Ardgartan Argyll location is situated lochside just 3.5 miles from Arrochar & Tarbet station, offering luxury cabins with private hot tubs on breathtaking Forestry Commission land. For further information follow the link, quoting promocode WHL5 for a 5% discount off your cabin accommodation.
| Camp Blizzard, Corrour
Short documentary showing what it’s like to camp in the harshest Scottish winter weather, high on the mountains above Rannoch Moor. Watch Norman McNab and company as they come face-to-face with the ferocious blizzards on Meall Garbh overlooking Loch Treig, taking the train to and from Corrour station of course.
| Scottish Golf courses by Train
Travel to Scottish Golf courses by Train suggests journeying to Scotland’s fabulous scenic golf courses using the ScotRail network which includes the West Highland Lines.
| North British Railway Study Group
A society dedicated to the history of the North British Railway, who originally operated the West Highland Lines from Glasgow to Fort William and Mallaig, as well as the Fort Augustus branch. Includes journals and archive photographs of NBR locomotives and rolling stock.