Loch Skeen is the highest body of water in the Southern Uplands. It is home to peregrines; that nest in the crags of the spectacular Grey Mare's Tail waterfall that plunges 200ft into a narrow gorge.
Park at the National Trust Scotland carpark at the foot of the falls. A 1¼-mile steep mountain path starts at the waterfall viewing area and ends at Loch Skeen.
Vendace inadvertently caught must be
returned immediately with minimal
Register catch returns by phoning 0844 493
2100 or email greymare’firstname.lastname@example.org,
returns should include records of Vendace
inadvertently caught and also ‘no catches’.
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