BritRail

BritRail Scottish Highlands Pass

  • Unlimited travel in Northern Scotland
  • Children 5-15 years inclusive pay a reduced fare
  • Children under 5 travel for free.

WHO

WHAT


Overview

Experience the thrill of extensive train travel in the Scottish Highlands with this convenient rail pass.

Beautiful, rugged Scotland : from its rugged cliffs, to its rolling green hills. From its castle-strewn landscapes, to its modern, on-the-fringe boutiques. A place of such varied terrain requires transportation just as varied. That’s why we’re offering the BritRail Scottish Highlands Pass. It allows seamless exploration of Northern Scotland by rail, ferry and bus to get you closest to all the things you want to see, including some of the most stunning scenery in all of Great Britain.

Enjoy the train to or from Glasgow to indulge in a metropolitan hub with a lively pub and art scene. Take a beautiful rail ride to Inverness, before hopping on a bus to Foyer in search of the Loch Ness Monster. And what better way to really check out the Scottish waters than by ferry ? Choose a trip from Oban — the ‘Gateway to the Isles’ — to Mull. The BritRail Scottish Highlands Pass. The beauty of the Scottish Highlands and the possibility of a spontaneous itinerary without ever worrying about how you’re going to do it.


Dunottar Castle.

How does it work?

Rail Passes in 3 steps

1. Pick the right rail pass

Pick the right rail pass

Rail passes are available in 1, 2, 3 or 4 country combinations for extensive travel on the national rail networks. Going for an extended trip? Try the Eurail Global Pass offering rail travel in 31 different countries.
Once you've selected your pass, its price will depend on the class of service, First or Second, selected and the number of rail travel days.

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2. Reserve your seats

Reserve your seats

Traveling on local and regional trains provides you with an opportunity to freely explore. It’s easy to get on a train with your rail pass and find an open seat to enjoy the journey in. Seat reservations are required on many high speed, overnight, scenic, and international trains. It’s always a good idea to research the journey you are interested in and check for any specific seat reservation requirements.

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3. Activate and travel

Activate and travel

Your rail pass requires that you activate it by getting it stamped at the ticket window at the departure station on the day of your first train journey. Once activated, you are all set and ready to explore.

Common Questions

Rail pass benefits

More than just trains

  •  Main discounts and bonuses in BritRail Scottish Highlands Pass

  • 10% discount when travelling with the Strathspey Steam Railway and the Keith & Dufftown Railway.
  • 20% discount when travelling aboard Northlink Ferries on the Scrabster to Stromness, Aberdeen to Lerwick and Aberdeen to Kirkwall/Lerwick routes.
  • 10% discount when travelling with D&E Coaches on the Inverness to Durness route.
  • 10% discount when travelling with the Caledonian MacBrayne Ferry.

Travel forum

From our travel community

Travel from london to frankfurt, fra to brussel, brussel to paris. all in march 2019. which pass suits (...) Can you please help. Also what if I would like to travel for a day in London tube.

ADNAN RABBANI | 2019/01/20 | 0 Comments
Printing renfe tickets at home Hi My booking reference number is 45184701 but I am not able to print tickets. I have booked 5 adult tickets traveling with 2 kids. The tickets are booked for our Spain vacation, following are the details: 20th Feb 2019 - Malaga to Dos (...)

Chandraprakash Singh | 2019/01/19 | 0 Comments
Heathrow express to coventry Flying into Heathrow and then proceeding to the Coventry the same day. As we will be getting a BritRail Pass (flexipass), I understand that i will need to take the Express to Paddington station, transfer from there via the Tube to the Euston (...)

Ravi Sull | 2019/01/01 | 1 Comments
Ticket class exchanges I purchased second class tickets. Is it possible to upgrade and pay the difference for first class?

Marcus Culpepper | 2018/12/05 complete | 1 Comments
Exchange ticket I bought a ticket from Barcelona to Paris and I would need to change the date. I tried opening an account but I cannot link the booking number to the new open account to do the exchange. How can I do this (...)

Katia Silvera | 2018/11/08 complete | 2 Comments

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FAQ

Common Questions, Simple Answers

  • Q. What information do I need to provide when booking a rail pass ? Do the names on the rail pass and the passports have to match ?

  • Q. What is a Rail Pass ?

  • Q. Can I get the address and phone number for the train station ?

  • Q. Who should I contact with questions about my exchange or refund ?

  • Q. I accidentally deleted the email with the link to print my print at home e-ticket, what should I do ?

  • Q. I selected a ticket but when I went to place my booking, the price changed. I went back to search for train tickets and saw the same price listed again in the results. Why did this happen ?

  • Q. I want to refund my rail pass. How do I proceed ?

  • Q. Can my family sit together if I have a First class rail pass and my child has a Second class youth pass ?

  • Q. Do you offer discounts on tickets for groups ?

  • Q. Are the fares offered on your website based on live availability ?

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