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Published on Nov 30, 2017
Eskers are large, sand dunes created below ancient glaciers as they retreated toward what now is Hudson Bay. Underneath the retreating glaciers, meltwater “rivers” deposited massive amounts of sand, gravel and stone at their terminus – leaving behind the long, conspicuous geo-morphological phenomenon that is an esker. The North Seal watershed has one of the highest concentrations of eskers in the world. We invite you to join us for a motorized tour in Northern Manitoba high above the lakes and water of the North Seal. Music: Audionautix-Antartica