07 In the picture above we are now both further up on, and further
across the face of, Andrewhinney. Immediately above the waterfall
you can see Mid Craig. White Coomb is on the left and Lochcraig
Head is on the right. For some routes up past the waterfall and
round these three hills above Loch Skene click
here. If you look closely at the picture above you can just
see Loch Skene nestling below Lochcraig Head. As you will see if
you follow this Loch
Skene link, this area "is important for an assemblage of
glacial landforms, including fine examples of a corrie and hanging
valley which were occupied by part of the largest glacier system
in the Southern Uplands during the Loch Lomond Stadial".
In the picture below I am a good bit higher on Andrewhinney Hill
and I have zoomed in to pick out Loch Skene, Mid Craig (on the left)
and Lochcraig Head.