Terminal moraine is formed at the snout of the glacier at the furthest point of which it reaches. The glacier forms a ‘conveyor-belt’ system in which rock is sorted and brought through until it is deposited at the glacier’s snout consequently forming into a bank over time.
One example of a glacial erosional landform is a cirque, such as the Nantillon Cirque in the French Alps. Cirques are macro-scale landforms and are an upland feature. . It will have a smooth polished cirque lip with striations and will have aretes on either side, normally backing onto a pyramidal peak. They will have a steep rough back wall as part of a large-shaped hollow in the mountain side.There is a rock basin at the base and will often have a North-East facing aspect and a cirque lake.
The formation of a cirque begins with snow collecting in a