Tyndrum is easily reached by car, coach or train.
First Scotrail operate direct services from Tyndrum to Glasgow Queen Street, Oban, Fort William and Mallaig. There is also the direct and very comfortable Caledonian Sleeper service to both London and Fort William. See www.scotrail.co.uk for timetables, bookings and travel information.
Tyndrum, despite only being a small village, actually has two railway stations! Tyndrum Upper should be used for trains to Fort William, Mallaig and London; whilst Tyndrum Lower should be used for trains to Oban. Either station can be used for trains to Glasgow Queen Street.
Scottish Citylink operate services from Tyndrum to Glasgow, Fort William and the Isle of Skye. See www.citylink.co.uk for up-to-date timetables and travel information.
From Fort William 47 miles
Quite simply, take the A82 south from Fort William, and this will take you all the way to Tyndrum!
From Glasgow 56 miles
Getting from Glasgow to Tyndrum is very straightforward: follow the A82 out of Glasgow, up Loch Lomondside, and all the way to Tyndrum!
From Edinburgh 86 miles
Take the M9 west out of Edinburgh as far as Stirling. Then take the A84 in the direction of Callander and Crianlarich, followed by the A85, which will take you to Crianlarich. Then join the A82 northbound, which will take you directly to Tyndrum.
Tyndrum is only 54 miles from Glasgow International Airport, 78 miles from Dundee Airport, 80 miles from Edinburgh Airport and 84 miles from Prestwick Airport. Flights operate from Prestwick to a number of UK and European destinations, whilst Glasgow and Edinburgh serve destinations throughout the UK, Europe, Asia and the US. Flights from Dundee operate (at the time of writing) to London City, Birmingham, Belfast and Jersey.