Red Tarn

Red Tarn is a small lake in the eastern region of the English Lake District, in the county of Cumbria. It is high up on the eastern flank of Helvellyn, beneath Striding Edge and Catstye Cam.

It lies at an altitude of 718 metres (2,356 feet), with a depth of 25 metres (82 feet).


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Catstye Cam - Topography
... East of the summit the ridge declines quickly to Red Tarn Beck, whilst there is a third ridge to the north west, giving Catstye Cam a triangular plan ... South of Catstye Cam, nestling between the encircling arms of Helvellyn's two edges, is Red Tarn ... The depth of Red Tarn is now about 80 ft, although in the mid-19th century is was dammed with boulders to increase capacity ...
Pike Of Blisco - Topography
... it then makes a further abrupt northerly diversion around Blea Tarn to connect to Lingmoor Fell ... source of the River Duddon, while to the north is Red Tarn, a feeder of Great Langdale Beck ... Red Tarn is an elongated pool whose stony bed can be seen through clear shallow waters, reputed to hold trout ...

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