Drumlins

A drumlin is an oval-shaped ridge, formed beneath an ice-sheet as it moved over the terrain. Drumlins and similar formations are often found in clusters and the ridges may extend over several kilometres. Drumlins are often composed of basal lodgement till. Drumlins are not typical for the area but occur in the central part of Replot. Fluting ridges are either small glacial deposits or erosion remains on the basal till surface, indicating the direction of the last glacial flow.

Drumlins

Drumlins