The beck rises in the Whinlatter Forest in the Lake District at the confluence of Grisedale Gill and Sanderson Gill, streams draining the mountain of Grisedale Pike. The two streams meet at Revelin Moss to form Comb Beck. Comb Beck is fed by Comb Gill which, along with its tributary Black Gill, flows southward through Thornthwaite Forest.
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