Grey Mare's Tail Carpark


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The waterfall, one of the UKs highest, plunges 60m down into the Moffat Water Valley. This dramatic upland landscape was created by glacial erosion over millions of years and unfolds further up steep slopes past the waterfall to picturesque Loch Skeen. Towering above the loch are the peaks of Lochcraig Head, Mid Craig and the summit of White Coomb (821m), with breathtaking views extending as far as the Lake District and Northumberland to the south. There are two National Trust car parks, one on either side of the river. There is a charge for parking. There are no facilities, leave no trace.

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Lat: 55.418001 Lng: -3.286494

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National Trust car park for the Grey Mare's Tail waterfall. Two car parks, one on either side if the river. No facilities so leave no trace. Beautiful scenery, fall asleep to the sound of the river. Sheep all around.


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