Red Tarn Beck


Red Tarn Beck is a small river in the Lake District in Cumbria. The beck forms from the outflow of Red Tarn, a small lake on the eastern slopes of Helvellyn (mountain), and joins Glenridding Beck, which then discharges into Ullswater (lake).

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Red Tarn Beck

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Footbridge over Red Tarn Beck

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Red Tarn Beck meets Glenridding Beck

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Sheepfold by Red Tarn Beck

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Red Tarn Beck and Sheepfold

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Red Tarn Beck

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