Wastwater, England’s deepest natural lake. Situated in the Lake District National Park this lake formed in a glacial valley 60m above sea level. It is 4.8km long, 500m wide and reaches depths of 79m at its deepest point. The lake is owned by the National Trust and is a popular tourist destination.
The deep water can be very clear, Arctic Char, Trout, Eel and in spawning season Salmon can be present in the lake.
- 8 m
- Light Current
- No Current
- Strong Current