Its not the Mournes, not even Norn Iron but the Grey Mare's Tail waterfall, owned by the National Trust, is one of the most spectacular sights in the Borders (just in) and is off the Moffat Selkirk road below St Mary's Loch. You don't have to be a wild goat to get up the path to enjoy the view.
But it would help
Goats can always get to parts of the mountainside denied to humans-and in their case it probably helps that they can't read.
Labels: Borders, Waterfalls