A steep rugged rock or cliff.
In previously glaciated areas, a large lump of rock that a glacier has been unable to wear away. As the glacier passed up and over the crag, weaker rock on the far side was largely protected from erosion and formed a tapering ridge, or tail, of debris.
An example of a crag-and-tail feature is found in Edinburgh in Scotland; Edinburgh Castle was built on the crag (Castle Rock), which dominates the city beneath.
Hrid, bilo, stena u vodi.
Prednja strana vrata.
Veliki komad kamena, odlomljeni deo litice, strma kamena litica.
Deo tela koji spaja glavu sa trupom, šija.