- Created by: Lucy
- Created on: 24-03-09 13:17
8m, 15m, 30m raised beaches Kings Cave, Arran, West Scotland
It is a post glacial emergent landform, when the glaciers melted in the last Ice Age the land was released from their weight and the land raised up further above sea level.
Abandoned sandstone cliffs on the Isle of Arran. They lay between the raised beaches where the sea had attacked the rock wall that lay behind the beaches.