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Tarn Hows 1 Coniston Cumbria England Uk
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Tarn Hows was created from three smaller tarns and is probably one of the most visited spots in the whole of the lake district, pick a quiet day if you can, and the walk around the tarns with a picnic on the undulating turf makes a pleasant days outing.
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