12 photos that capture the true beauty of Tarn Hows
PUBLISHED: 00:00 27 July 2018 | UPDATED: 19:06 27 July 2018
Is this the most beautiful spot in the whole of the Lake District?
Tarn Hows photography
First light at Tarn Hows by Bernard Noblett
Langdales from Tarn Hows by Philip Ashmore
Reflections on Tarn Hows by Ron Sutton
Tarn Howes in Autumn by Irene Burdell
Tarn Hows In Winter by Ron Sutton
Tarn Hows by Gary Morley
Tarn Hows in Autumn by Janet Danks
Tarn Hows by Philip Ashmore
Tarn Hows by Tony Singleton
Tarn Hows by Marie Savage
Tarn Hows by Steve Briant
Winter at Tarn Hows by Christine Robinson
The Lake District is a national park and World Heritage Site for many reasons, it’s a place of stunning beauty that attracts people from all over the world, all year round.
You get a bit of everything here, you’re surrounded by thick woodland with the backdrop of the Helvellyn range and the Langdale Pikes and of course the body of water that originally contained three much smaller tarns, Low Tarn, Middle Tarn and High Tarn.
Much of the area was originally owned by Beatrix Potter before a section of it was bought by the National Trust in the 1930s and the remaining part was donated by the famous author.
The site was designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest in 1965 and the National Trust still maintain the area to this day.
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