We're hoping that up to 40 of you will be bonkers enough about movies and mountains to come on the whole journey with us.

So we've created what we're calling the Fellow Traveller ticket that gets you in to see all the movies between Kinlochleven and Cawdor (though not in Nairn, when we repeat them) plus a seat on the fab Routemaster double-decker bus when the blisters get too much. We're keeping the price for all this deliberately low (just £70 + TheBooth booking fee) so as not to put off those who havenae much dosh, but our funds are mega tight, and this pilgrimage is costing a fair bit, so if you can afford a Friend's donation on top of the £70, that would help us out so much. To make a Friends donation, contact us at .

Fellow Traveller tickets are now sold out - so sorry!

Getting There

We will be picking up Fellow Travellers from Bridge of Orchy train station on Saturday 1st August at 2.45pm. From there you’ll be driven through Glencoe and A Pilgrimage will begin!

Getting to Bridge of Orchy...

By rail

Bridge of Orchy is on the main line between Glasgow and Fort William. Journey time from Glasgow is about 2hrs 30mins, from Fort William about 1hr 30mins.
» First Scotrail online booking

By bus

Scottish Citylink run a regular service to Bridge of Orchy from Edinburgh (journey time 3hrs), Glasgow (2hrs), and Fort William (1hr).

» Scottish Citylink online booking

By car

Bridge of Orchy is only a few miles north of Tyndrum on the A82. If you're joining the pilgrimage later you can meet us anywhere along the route.

Buying Tickets

Fellow Traveller tickets are available through the online box office:
Box office: www.thebooth.co.uk

Fellow Traveller tickets are now sold out - so sorry!


Your Fellow Traveller ticket doesn’t include accommodation, but most of the locations offer a range of b&bs and campsites. You could try searching some of the websites below. If you're having trouble finding somewhere close by, try one of the bigger towns, and we'll give you a lift. Dores is near Inverness and Cawdor is near Nairn, for example, or if you can’t find a bed in Strontian, try Salen or Acharacle. A good place to start is: www.visitscotland.com.

www.kinlochleven.co.uk www.kinlochlevencaravans.com

Glenview Caravan Park

Fort Augustus
www.fortaugustus.org www.cumberlands-campsite.com

Not many available options close by, but you can find a bed in Inverness and we’ll bus you in and out again.

Cawdor & Nairn

Getting Around
The Routemaster

We’ll be laying on free transport and storage for our Fellow Travellers on a beautiful red Routemaster double-decker bus (thanks to Red Bus Art).

Shuttle bus

If you're forced to find a bed further afield, we’ll provide a shuttle minibus service to towns within a reasonable distance, just £2 per trip.

Getting home again

The Fellow Traveller ticket will bring you to Nairn on 6th August, but doesn’t include entry to any of the Nairn screenings – if you want to stay on and see any films again, you’ll need to book them separately (ticket price: £4 / £2.50 concs.). From Nairn it’s a 15 minute train ride to Inverness or a 2 hour train journey to Aberdeen. Inverness airport offers flights to locations throughout the UK, or you can catch trains or buses south.
» First Scotrail online booking
» Scottish Citylink buses online booking

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