langstrath beck meanders down the upper langstrath valley past blea rock viewed from cumbria way path in spring

Langstrath Beck

The Langstrath Valley is one of the more remote valleys in the Lakes. Langstrath Beck flows into Stonethwaite Beck which in turn flows into the River Derwent in Borrowdale. The Cumbria Way footpath is about the only thing occupying the valley aside from sheep.

At this point the Langstrath Beck is meandering past the rocky outcrop of Blea Rock.

Langstrath Beck was last modified: July 2nd, 2020 by Gavin Dronfield

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