River Liza

This is a shot of the River Liza. The image is in the Aerochrome style.

The river flows through Ennerdale, a glacial valley in West Cumbria. The river is allowed to flow freely as part of a rewilding project. The Liza flows from its source below Windy Gap on Great Gable through a steep-sided valley to Ennerdale Water. The river's catchment is in the Lake District National Park.

The name of the Liza derives from the Old Norse, meaning of "light (or shining) river".