Sat on a peaty and wide open plateau, Rannoch Station is a long way from anywhere else, surrounded by beauty. Situated on the western fringes of Highland Perthshire, this is one of Scotland’s most remote and picturesque railway stations. Serviced by Scotrail’s West Highland Line it has daily connections to Glasgow and Fort William, and via the Caledonian Sleeper to Fort William or London Euston.
Its location on Rannoch Moor makes it the perfect starting point for an epic one day or weekend gravel adventure. The station has a tea room and small visitor centre (open between March – October), while the nearby Moor of Rannoch offers luxury accomodation and a restaurant (bookings essential).
Rannoch Station is connected by road to Kinloch Rannoch. On a good day the views towards the mountains of Glen Coe and the Black Mount to the west, Schiehallion in the east, Ben Alder Forest in the north and Rannoch Forest in the south are breathtaking.