On the first day that I was alone in Scotland I took the train out of Fort William to Corrour station. The rough tracks that you see are the only links (other than the train) from the station to the rest of the world and it is a long drive before you get to a paved road for this is way into the empty heartland of Scotland's Rannoch Moor.
In between the time of my train arriving and the return train about 3 hours later I had intended to try to get to the summit of the nearby Beinn na Lap, at above 3000 feet a 'Munro to be bagged'. Appearances and website descriptions of what is possible are deceptive and I found myself having to turn back a few yards before I reached the pre-summit ridge which I had set as my revised target. Too much time spent bagging photos on the way up!