Keswick shows many interesting geological features.

Drumlins - Castle Head on the left, Crowe Park on the right. Drumlins are areas of sedimentary rock which have been streamlined by glacier flow. They are aligned with the flow of the glacier with the up-glacier edge being steeper than the downwards edge. An area of low ground between drumlins is known as a dungeon, which may trap cooler air.
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