Grey Mare's Tail Nature Reserve
A 60m waterfall tumbles into the Moffat Water Valley from the waters of Loch Skene, high above in the Moffat Hills. The property extends to White Coomb, the highest hill in Dumfriesshire.
Internationally important geological and fossil (graptolites) site at Dob's Linn
Herd of feral goats roams the hillside
Best site for alpine and mountain plants in the south of Scotland
Upland birds including peregrine falcon, ring ouzel and black grouse
Fifth highest waterfall in Britain
Upland footpaths leading to beautiful Loch and surrounding hills
Garden, parklands or rural site
No admission chargeCar park pay and display £2
Car parks are surfaced with gravel. Finer material is used to surface the car parking spaces nearest to the visitor centre. A ramp leads up to the entrance to the visitor centre. A 100m surfaced path leads over a footbridge to a viewpoint to the waterfall. Surrounding terrain is rough and the hills are very steep. Interpretation panels outside and inside the visitor centre.