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Drumlins are elongated, teardrop-shaped hills of rock, sand, and gravel that formed under moving glacier ice. They can be up to 2 kilometers (1.25 miles) long. Long after the glacier retreats, a drumlin provides clues to the glacier's formation.
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There are a few cutouts on the side of the road, but parking is otherwise hard to find. Fortunately, there is little traffic and you might be able to get away with just stopping in the road for a few minutes.