Angram, North Riding
- Not to be confused with Angram, West Riding
The hamlet is located on the B6270 between Thwaite and Keld, below Great Shunner Fell and close to a small beck named Skeb Skeugh.
The area around this beck, known as Angram Bottoms, has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest, covering seven fields of 24.2 acres supporting a diverse habitat of flora. A combination of mire and wet grassland, due to many sinkholes and springs. Plants in the wet grasslands that can be found here include sharp-flowered rush, lesser spearwort, slender tufted-sedge, bottle sedge, common marsh-bedstraw, northern marsh-orchid, marsh-marigold and meadowsweet. Other areas of marsh support marsh lousewort, carnation sedge, flea sedge, star sedge, marsh valerian and marsh violet.