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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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