River Liza

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The River Liza is a river in the Cumbrian Lake District in England.

The Liza flows from its source below Windy Gap on Great Gable through a steep-sided valley to Ennerdale Water.

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

Coordinates: 54°30′N 3°21′W / 54.500°N 3.350°W / 54.500; -3.350