Grey Mare’s Tail

A short Friday-to-Saturday camping trip with Sandy to do the highest hill in Dumfriesshire, White Coomb, in the National Trust for Scotland’s Grey Mare’s Tail nature reserve.

The Grey Mare’s Tail itself is a waterfall on the Tail Burn in a hanging valley left by the last ice age below Loch Skeen. The NTS say it’s the best site for alpine and mountain plants in the south of Scotland. So there ye go!

There are supposed to be feral goats running about the shop as well but they must have been on their holidays.

I managed to get a few photos despite taking a set of duff batteries.

Posted in camping, photos.

2 Responses to “Grey Mare’s Tail”

  1. warrior Says:

    BEAUTIFUL. but im REALLY amazed at the lack of “trees”

  2. Bigbananafeet Says:

    Was a great wee overnighter! I’m looking forward to Kinlochleven now;)

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