List of Mosedale valleys and Mosedale Becks facts for kids
There are several valleys called Mosedale and watercourses called Mosedale Beck in Cumbria, England.
There is also a hamlet called Mosedale, in the parish of Mungrisdale.
|Description||District||Source||Flows into||Enters sea as||Coordinates||Comments|
|Mosedale Beck (Wast Water)||Copeland||Scoat Fell||Wast Water||River Irt||The Mosedale Horseshoe is a classic mountain walk round the watershed of this valley, including Yewbarrow, Red Pike, Scoat Fell, and Pillar.|
|Mosedale valley, River Caldew||Eden||Skiddaw||River Eden||River Eden||Name is not shown on Ordnance Survey maps, but is sometimes used for the valley above Mosedale hamlet.|
|Mosedale Beck (Glenderamackin)||Eden||Great Dodd||River Glenderamackin and thence River Greta||River Derwent||The Mosedale Viaduct carries the former Cockermouth, Keswick and Penrith Railway, now a footpath, over this stream.|
|Mosedale Beck (Swindale)||Eden||Branstree||Swindale Beck, and thence River Lowther, River Eamont||River Eden||Mosedale Cottage is an isolated bothy in the valley, supported by the Mountain Bothies Association.|
|Mosedale or Moasdale, near foot of Hardknott Pass||Copeland||Little Stand (as Stonesty Gill)||River Duddon (at foot of Hardknott Pass)||River Duddon||The Ordnance Survey calls the valley Mosedale on 1:50,000 and Moasdale on 1:25,000, and names the stream as Moasdale Beck on 1:25,000.|
|Mosedale, Loweswater Fells||Allerdale||Floutern Tarn between Great Borne and Hen Comb||Park Beck (which leaves Loweswater as Dub Beck), thence Crummock Water and River Cocker||River Derwent||Mosedale is a boggy valley between Mellbreak and Hen Comb. It contains a solitary holly tree, notable enough to be shown on Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 maps as "Mosedale Holly Tree".|
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