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Getting to Pitlochry.

Pitlochry is ideally located for travel to and from most regions of the UK and central Scotland

By train

Our Shuttle Departure Point is a short 2 minute walk from Pitlochry Train Station with regular services connecting from:

Glasgow (Journey Duration 1h 45mins)
Edinburgh (Journey Duration 2h)
Inverness (Journey Duration 1h 45mins)
Perth (Journey Duration 35mins)
Dundee (Journey Duration 1h)
Aberdeen (Journey Duration 3h)
Newcastle (Journey Duration 3h 40m)

Pitlochry is also well served by rail services from London King’s Cross including overnight Sleepers.

By bus

Pitlochry is well placed on main bus routes to and from Inverness, connecting all of Britain’s major cities. Route information is available from Citylink.

If you are local, or entitled to free local bus travel, Stagecoach’s Heather Hopper also travels to Pitlochry from Perth with several services running daily.

*You may also be interested in booking a seat at www.fillmybus.com if you are travelling from Perth, Glasgow or Edinburgh*

By car

The main A9 trunk road runs through the heart of the area and Pitlochry.

No parking is available on site at Faskally Wood – shuttle travel to The Enchanted Forest is provided to all ticket holders.

There are ample parking facilities in Pitlochry.

A9 Roadworks

There are no A9 closures planned for the duration of The Enchanted Forest.

There are speed restrictions in place between Perth and Pitlochry to protect those working on the carriageway and average speed cameras are also in use. This may slow your journey time down a little bit while travelling in both directions between Perth and Pitlochry. Please allow a little extra time to accommodate this.

The journey times will be advertised on the electronic information boards at either end of the roadworks.

The journey time monitor system works on the same system as Google maps which will give you “real time” journey time updates for the entirety of the journey so be sure to check your app or satnav before you set off and follow Transport Scotland on twitter @transcotland for real time updates.

Safe driving!