Whaup Hill

A well-defined drumlin in The Machars of Galloway, Whaup Hill rises to 73m (239 feet) a quarter-mile (0.4 km) south of the hamlet of Whauphill. This part of an extensive drumlin field deposited beneath an ancient ice sheet which once covered this area, and aligned NE-SW suggesting the direction of ice flow.

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