White Coomb by the Grey Mare's Tail
White Coomb is the highest of the Moffat hills. This circular hillwak is the classic approach, heading up past the spectacular Grey Mare's Tail to beautiful Loch Skeen. It then encounters some tough going before reaching the tops at Lochcraig Head. From here broad ridges are followed arouFnd to the summit of White Coomb.
Pitched stone footpath to Loch Skeen, but heavy going across boggy moorland beyond. From Lochcraig Head the route has easier going along broad, boggy ridges before a final steeper descent. There is a burn crossing which may give difficulty after heavy rains.
None to start.
Grey Mare's Tail car park.
Deer Stalking information
Loch Skene and Midlaw Burn catchments, including approach via Grey Mare's Tail: National Trust for Scotland. No stalking issues.
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