Innominate Tarn





Innominate Tarn  – The Lake District

Innominate Tarn is a small tarn in the northern Lake District National Park in England. It is situated at 520 metres above sea level, near the summit of Haystacks. The name Innominate means “without a name”.It was formerly known as Loaf Tarn.The tarn is the location where Alfred Wainwright‘s ashes were scattered. Haystacks is a hill in England’s Lake District, situated at the south-eastern end of the Buttermere Valley. Although not of any great elevation (597 m, 1,958 ft), Haystacks has become one of the most popular fells in the area. This fame is partly due to the writings of Alfred Wainwright, who espoused its attractions (choosing it as the place where he wanted his ashes scattered.) Its summit is interesting and contains a number of attractive rock formations and tarns.

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