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Follow the winding trail toward the base of O'Malley Peak to a striking, dark tarn called Deep Lake.
In 1951, some 885 square miles of Cumbrian hills and tarns (mountain pools) were designated as a national park, Britain’s largest and, with 18 million annual visitors, its most popular.
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: a small lake among mountains
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