Angletarn Beck Footbridge, Hartsop, Lake District

Angletarn Beck Footbridge, Hartsop, Lake District

Just below the waterfall on Angletarn Beck the path crosses a small footbridge before it drops down to the valley floor once more. Its a lovely walk, and one that doesn't get many visitors, so you may have the view to yourself!

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