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White Coomb and Grey Mares Trail

White Coomb and Grey Mares Trail

Postby rdtoward21 » Thu Apr 05, 2012 4:47 pm

Corbetts included on this walk: White Coomb

Donalds included on this walk: Lochcraig Head , White Coomb

Date walked: 01/04/2012

Time taken: 4.15 hours

Distance: 12.7 km

Ascent: 821m

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Set off on sunny, dry day for the greys mare trail in Dumfries. Started walking about 10.45am in the morning and followed a pre planned route obtained on this website using my GPS and OS MAap.

Excellent walk through some fine scenary, as I had set off early there where very few cars in the carpark and I hardly saw a soul all day apart from near the end of the route at the waterfall, whereby loads of people where coming up to have a look.

The route was easy to follow and well worn in places, although a bit boggy as described. Recommend this to anyone who enjoys a good days hill walking.

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White Coomb Summit
Loch Skeen
First view of White Coomb
The Waterfall
View half way up to waterfall
The Start
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