My wife and I are planning an alternative route from Scarborough to Thurso later this year. We've got a disabled railcard, and I've got a free first class and free standard class rewards ticket. We're looking at the Freedom of Scotland Travelpass (4 from 8 days), with the following plan: Day 1: Scarborough-York-Edinburgh-Glasgow (EDB-GLC/Q via a route I've not gone before) times to confirm depending on when free tickets available Day 2 (Day 1 FoST): Glasgow Q Street - Oban 0821-1127 Oban - Crainlarich 1211-1333 Crainlarich - Mallaig 1424-1743 Day 3 (Day 2 FoST): Ferry to Armadale 0750-0820 (CM18) 601 bus to Broadford 0920-0949 916 bus to Kyle of Lochalsh 1058-1114 Kyle of Lochalsh - Dingwall 1208-1408 Dingwall - Thurso 1437-1749 Days 4-8 (Thurso) Day 9 (Day 3 FoST) Thurso - Inverness 0834-1223 Inverness - Aberdeen 1246-1455 Aberdeen - Edinburgh 1602-1831 Day 10 (Day 4 FoST) AM - perhaps some branch lines PM - Edinburgh-York-Scarborough Anyone see any problems here? Inverness on Day 9 might be tight from previous experience but then can look at this. Am I right in saying the bus and ferry are covered through the pass?