St. Mary's Loch

St Mary's Loch is the largest natural loch in the Scottish Borders, and is situated on the A708 road between Selkirk and Moffat, about 72 kilometres south of Edinburgh. It is 5 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide, and was created by glacial action during the last ice age. The loch is fed by the Megget Water, which flows in from the Megget Reservoir, and is the source of the Yarrow Water, which flows east from the loch to merge with the Ettrick Water above Selkirk.

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St.Mary's Loch # 1848

St Mary's Loch is the largest natural loch in the Scottish Borders, and is situated on the A708 road between Selkirk and Moffat, about 72 kilometres south of Edinburgh. It is 5 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide, and was created by glacial action during the last ice age. The loch is fed by the Megget Water, which flows in from the Megget Reservoir, and is the source of the Yarrow Water, which flows east from the loch to merge with the Ettrick Water above Selkirk.
© Allan Bell

St. Mary's Loch # 1891

St Mary's Loch is the largest natural loch in the Scottish Borders, and is situated on the A708 road between Selkirk and Moffat, about 72 kilometres south of Edinburgh. It is 5 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide, and was created by glacial action during the last ice age. The loch is fed by the Megget Water, which flows in from the Megget Reservoir, and is the source of the Yarrow Water, which flows east from the loch to merge with the Ettrick Water above Selkirk.
© Allan Bell

St.Mary's Loch # 1893

St Mary's Loch is the largest natural loch in the Scottish Borders, and is situated on the A708 road between Selkirk and Moffat, about 72 kilometres south of Edinburgh. It is 5 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide, and was created by glacial action during the last ice age. The loch is fed by the Megget Water, which flows in from the Megget Reservoir, and is the source of the Yarrow Water, which flows east from the loch to merge with the Ettrick Water above Selkirk.
© Allan Bell

St. Mary's Loch # 1912

St Mary's Loch is the largest natural loch in the Scottish Borders, and is situated on the A708 road between Selkirk and Moffat, about 72 kilometres south of Edinburgh. It is 5 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide, and was created by glacial action during the last ice age. The loch is fed by the Megget Water, which flows in from the Megget Reservoir, and is the source of the Yarrow Water, which flows east from the loch to merge with the Ettrick Water above Selkirk.
© Allan Bell

St. Mary's Loch # 001

St Mary's Loch is the largest natural loch in the Scottish Borders, and is situated on the A708 road between Selkirk and Moffat, about 72 kilometres south of Edinburgh. It is 5 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide, and was created by glacial action during the last ice age. The loch is fed by the Megget Water, which flows in from the Megget Reservoir, and is the source of the Yarrow Water, which flows east from the loch to merge with the Ettrick Water above Selkirk.
© Allan Bell

St. Mary's Loch # 002

St Mary's Loch is the largest natural loch in the Scottish Borders, and is situated on the A708 road between Selkirk and Moffat, about 72 kilometres south of Edinburgh. It is 5 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide, and was created by glacial action during the last ice age. The loch is fed by the Megget Water, which flows in from the Megget Reservoir, and is the source of the Yarrow Water, which flows east from the loch to merge with the Ettrick Water above Selkirk.
© Allan Bell

St. Mary's Loch # 003

St Mary's Loch is the largest natural loch in the Scottish Borders, and is situated on the A708 road between Selkirk and Moffat, about 72 kilometres south of Edinburgh. It is 5 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide, and was created by glacial action during the last ice age. The loch is fed by the Megget Water, which flows in from the Megget Reservoir, and is the source of the Yarrow Water, which flows east from the loch to merge with the Ettrick Water above Selkirk.
© Allan Bell

St. Mary's Loch # 004

St Mary's Loch is the largest natural loch in the Scottish Borders, and is situated on the A708 road between Selkirk and Moffat, about 72 kilometres south of Edinburgh. It is 5 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide, and was created by glacial action during the last ice age. The loch is fed by the Megget Water, which flows in from the Megget Reservoir, and is the source of the Yarrow Water, which flows east from the loch to merge with the Ettrick Water above Selkirk.
© Allan Bell

St. Mary's Loch # 005

St Mary's Loch is the largest natural loch in the Scottish Borders, and is situated on the A708 road between Selkirk and Moffat, about 72 kilometres south of Edinburgh. It is 5 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide, and was created by glacial action during the last ice age. The loch is fed by the Megget Water, which flows in from the Megget Reservoir, and is the source of the Yarrow Water, which flows east from the loch to merge with the Ettrick Water above Selkirk.
© Allan Bell

St. Mary's Loch # 006

St Mary's Loch is the largest natural loch in the Scottish Borders, and is situated on the A708 road between Selkirk and Moffat, about 72 kilometres south of Edinburgh. It is 5 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide, and was created by glacial action during the last ice age. The loch is fed by the Megget Water, which flows in from the Megget Reservoir, and is the source of the Yarrow Water, which flows east from the loch to merge with the Ettrick Water above Selkirk.
© Allan Bell

St. Mary's Loch # 007

St Mary's Loch is the largest natural loch in the Scottish Borders, and is situated on the A708 road between Selkirk and Moffat, about 72 kilometres south of Edinburgh. It is 5 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide, and was created by glacial action during the last ice age. The loch is fed by the Megget Water, which flows in from the Megget Reservoir, and is the source of the Yarrow Water, which flows east from the loch to merge with the Ettrick Water above Selkirk.
© Allan Bell

St. Mary's Loch # 008

St Mary's Loch is the largest natural loch in the Scottish Borders, and is situated on the A708 road between Selkirk and Moffat, about 72 kilometres south of Edinburgh. It is 5 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide, and was created by glacial action during the last ice age. The loch is fed by the Megget Water, which flows in from the Megget Reservoir, and is the source of the Yarrow Water, which flows east from the loch to merge with the Ettrick Water above Selkirk.
© Allan Bell

St. Mary's Loch # 009

St Mary's Loch is the largest natural loch in the Scottish Borders, and is situated on the A708 road between Selkirk and Moffat, about 72 kilometres south of Edinburgh. It is 5 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide, and was created by glacial action during the last ice age. The loch is fed by the Megget Water, which flows in from the Megget Reservoir, and is the source of the Yarrow Water, which flows east from the loch to merge with the Ettrick Water above Selkirk.
© Allan Bell

Loch O The Lowes # 010

The south-east facing side of the Moffat Hills runs down the shore of St Mary's Loch and Loch of the Lowes. Where these two lochs almost join there is a monument to James Hogg the Ettrick Shepherd, visit Tibbie Shiels Inn, and then follow the Moffat Water down Moffatdale past the Grey Mare's Tail waterfall.
© Allan Bell

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