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Malham Tarn
Malharm Tarn is situated in the Yorkshire Dales on the Penine Way, and just over two miles north of Malham village. Although it only reaches a maximum depth of four metres, it lays claim to being England's highest freshwater lake, standing at 376 metres above sea level.

The tarn is a designated nature reserve area, being home to a wide variety of both birds and aquatic creatures. It is currently owned by the National Trust, who lease out the former Malham Tarn House (Malham Tarn Field Studies Centre) for residential field study courses.

Needless to say, along with other nearby attractions such as Malham Cove and Gordale Scar, this is a very popular spot.

SD892667
Yorkshire Dales - Southern Fells - Yorkshire - England
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03/09/2011
A belting jaunt around Malham
1850 ft. - 7.85 miles
Moderate
Overcast, low cloud, intermittent rain
Ali
Yorkshire Dales


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31/12/2010
Not so fond memories of Fountains Fell
2093 ft. - 12.2 miles
Hard
Cold .... and just for a change MISTY. Pretty miserable conditions really.
Ali
Yorkshire Dales


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