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Sour Milk Ghyll, which derives its curious name from its white, swirling waters, is situated near Grasmere. The water flows out of the tarn and descends through a series of impressive waterfalls. The cascades were once known as Churn Milk Force, and Dorothy Wordsworth likened them 'to a broad stream of snow'.
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