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The Lake District, an example of a place with Glacial Landforms

Lake District
a mountainous area affected by glaciation, found in Cumbria
Bowder Stone
possible example of an erratic, thought to originate in Scotland
Striding Edge
an Arete in the Lake District
an area with drumlins
an example of U shaped valley with hanging valleys
Easedale tarn
Example of a corrie
can be found all over the Lake District National Park
a ribbon lake in the Lake District
Lateral moraines
running up the sides of Langdale
The Central Lake District
has mountains and ridges cut by wide, steep-sided 'U' shaped valleys often occupied by ribbon lakes such as Windemere.
Kendal Castle
is actually built on top of a drumlin!