Front end of glacier
Corries are often the starting point of a glacier.
Formed where three or more corries and arêtes meet. The glaciers have carved away at the top of a mountain
Long, narrow lakes which fill the floor of many U-shaped valleys which were glaciated
Mountain lake or pool
A side valley that enters a main valley with a steep droop caused mainly by glacial erosion
An erratic is a boulder transported and deposited
Steep cliff face at the side of a glacial trough caused by glaciers