The Blea Tarn is a lake in the Lake District, Cumbria, England. The Blea Tarn is located on a pass connecting the Great Langdale and Little Langdale valleys. The lake has an unnamed tributary to the north. In the south of the lake leaves him the Bleamoss Beck, which flows into the River Brathay. The lake has been particularly protected since 1989 as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) within the Lake District National Park. Northeast of the lake, the Blea Tarn House (also known as Blea Tarn Farmhouse) is a Grade II listed monument. (54 ° 26 '2 "N, 3 ° 5' 17" W) The house is believed to have been described by Lake Poet William Wordsworth in his poem The Excursion in The Solitary.
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