Bleaberry Tarn

Cumbria, England

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About Bleaberry Tarn

Bleaberry Tarn is a natural tarn lying to the south-west of Buttermere Lake, nestled in a corrie below Red Pike and High Stile in the Western Fells. It stands at an elevation of 497 m (1,631 ft) and its approximate depth is 5 m (16 ft). Its outflow, named Sour Milk Gill, descends from the tarn before entering Buttermere Lake.

The tarn is roughly a tear-drop shape and is surrounded by gentle heather-covered slopes on all sides. Bleaberry Tarn is frequently visited by walkers en route to Red Pike - a popular path runs alongside it and up to the summit, meaning the area is often busy.

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Cumbria, England
Latitude: 54.527208, Longitude: -3.29024

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