Glacial landforms around the NTS Reserve at Grey Mare’s Tail

Yesterday the class I am convening at the University of Glasgow’s Crichton Campus in Dumfries was scheduled to go up to Loch Skene (Skeen) above the Grey Mare’s Tail. The weather was against us but I’d been able to go up earlier in the month, so here are some images  of the landforms we would have seen. Many thanks to Richard Clarkson, the NTS Ranger for support and help in the planning of the trip and for talking to the class about the wider importance of the reserve.

I am a palaeobiologist in my early 40's carrying out research work. I am based in Scotland.

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Al is a Hill and Moorland Leader and has also completed the Expedition Skills module
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