Ha' Hill

A well-defined drumlin in The Machars of Galloway, Ha' Hill rises to just beyond 65m (213 feet) 2½ miles (4 km) west northwest of Wigtown. There is a small patch of woodland at its summit, which also forms the corner of four agricultural fields. It takes the name Ha' or Hall Hill from Torhousemuir House, lying immediately to the southwest. This is part of an extensive drumlin field, with its principal axis aligned NNW-SSE suggesting the direction of ice flow within an ancient glacier.

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