River Ehen

A photo a day. 
Wath Bridge.

Heavy rain over the past few days has swollen the local rivers. This is a shot at the double arched Wath Bridge, which was built in 1816 to replace the earlier Dent bridge. The fast flowing River Ehen is fed from Ennerdale Lake, with the River Keekle adding to its volume at Cleator. It flows through Egremont and then out to sea near Seascale. 

The River Ehen is a designated Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The river is home to a variety of wildlife, including salmon, trout, freshwater pearl mussels, and kingfishers.

The River Ehen is a beautiful and important river. It is a popular spot for recreation and a vital part of the local ecosystem.



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