Bleaberry Tarn

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Bleaberry Tarn in front of Red Pike

Bleaberry Tarn is a small, natural mountain tarn on the fell slopes above Buttermere in the Lake District, within Cumberland.

It lies in a corrie below two Lakeland fells; Red Pike and High Stile, backed by Chapel Crags on the ridge between them. The footpath ascending Red Pike from Buttermere skirts its north side.

A stream named the Sour Milk Gill descends from the tarn to Buttermere, and is followed by one of the popular footpaths ascending Red Pike.

See also

Other small tarms along the ridge below Ennerdale Fell include:

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