- The plant Mentha australis is also known as river mint.
Mint upstream of Mintsfeet
|- location||confluence with Bannisdale Brook and unnamed watercourse|
|- location||confluence with River Kent at a point between Mintsfeet and Kentrigg just north of Kendal|
The River Mint is a river in Cumbria, England. The Mint starts life at Whelpside at the confluence of Bannisdale Beck, running south-east from Bannisdale Head, and a smaller stream draining a group of small valleys from headwaters in The Forest, Combs Hollow and Mabbin Crag.
The river runs south to Patton Bridge, picking up a series of smaller tributaries, before turning south west, continuing through the hamlet of Meal Bank.
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