98km (61 miles) S of Edinburgh; 35km (22 miles) NE of Dumfries; 97km (60 miles) SE of Glasgow

A small town at the head of the Annandale Valley, Moffat thrives as the center of a sheep-farming area, symbolized by a statue of a ram on the wide High Street. It's been a holiday resort since the mid-17th century because of the curative properties of its water, and it was here that Robert Burns composed the drinking song "O Willie Brewd a Peck o' Maut." Today, people visit this town on the banks of the Annan River for its great fishing and golf.