Highland Perthshire is ideally located on the main road and rail communication systems from Central Scotland to and from the north of Scotland.
Perth and Kinross Council web site transport - provides all the bus time table details for the bus services throughout Highland Perthshire.
Broons Buses (Tel: - 01882 632331) - Operated by Gordon Brown at Rannoch for buses to and from Kinloch Rannoch to Rannoch Station, meeting up with Yules buses from Pitlochry.
The local Pitlochry based bus company, Elizabeth Yules Buses has asked us to publish the following two time tables:-
Launched in 2012, the hop-on, hop-off bus service continues each summer linking Aberfeldy, Kenmore, Killin, Comrie and Crieff. The registered service will run 6 times a day, 4 days per week from the 29th of July through the 20th of September operated by Kingshouse Travel of Balquidder.
Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday buses will cover the circular route 3 times daily from Lochearnhead to Aberfeldy via Killin and Kenmore, while there will be another 3 daily services that complete the route in the opposite direction, ensuring that passengers do not have too long to wait at any one destination. There will also be an early evening return service connecting Aberfeldy, Kenmore and Killin for diners who wish to drink without having to drive or those who cycle but want a lift back.
The complete circular route takes about 3 hours, the buses will also be able carry a limited number of bicycles for touring cyclists who decide to get a lift part way.
For the full timetable and prices fo to www.facebook.com/breadalbaneexplorer
The Highland Perthshire towns of Dunkeld, Pitlochry and Blair Atholl are all located on the main trunk road connecting Edinburgh and Glasgow in Central Scotland to the north of Scotland.
Coaches and Buses to, from, and in Highland Perthshire - being on the main road network, the area is served well by regular national coach carriers. There is a local bus service too.
Ironically Highland Perthshire boasts two of the main rail lines with trains from central Scotland and south from England passing through the area:-
The main Edinburgh, Glasgow to Inverness and the north rail route stops at Dunkeld, Pitlochry and Blair Atholl railway stations. This gives visitors to the area the opportunity to travel south from Highland Perthshire to Edinburgh, Glasgow or Stirling for the day, OR north to Aviemore, Inverness and on to the town of Wick on the north east coast of Scotland.
The main West Coast Highland rail line to Fort William stops at Rannoch Station, affording visitors to Highland Perthshire the opportunity to catch trains to Fort William and Mallaig on the west coast of Scotland. (This image shows the 'Royal Scotsman' calling at Rannoch Station.)
Inverness airport is approximately 100 miles north - about 1hr and 45 minutes away. Edinburgh, to the south east, is about 70 miles away or 1 hr 30 minutes. Glasgow airport is about 2hrs 15 minutes away to the south west.