Towards The Langdale Pikes From Blea TarnAdd to Lightbox
Dramatically beautiful Blea Tarn, one of the Lake District's innumerable small tarns, occupies a ridge between the Little Langdale Valley and Dungeon Ghyll in Great Langdale. The name blea derives from dark blue.
Set in a superbly panoramic location beneath the shadows of the rugged Langdale Pikes, the tarn stands 700' above sea level. The shores of Blea Tarn are awash with a carpet of wild alpine flowers in the spring and summer.
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