- Cliff is a vertical, or near vertical, rock exposure.
- Cliffs are formed as erosion& weathering processes.
- Cliffs are common on;
|The Matengai in Oki Islands, Japan|
- Cliffs are usually formed by rock.
- Sedimentary rocks are most likely to form;
- Igneous rocks, such as;
- Most cliffs have form of scree slope at base.
- Coastal erosion may lead to the formation of sea cliffs along a receding coastline.
|The Cliffs of Moher in Ireland|
- The Cliff of Kurosakitakao, Mikurajima, Tokyo,Pacific Ocean
- Matengai, Oki Islands, Shimane ,Japan
- Senba-kaigai, Minami, Tokushima,Pacific Ocean
- Chibu-sekiheki, Oki Islands, Shimane ,Japan
- Senzoku-dangai, Shinonsen, Hyogo ,Japan
- Yoroinosode, Kami, Hyogo,Japan
- Sandanbeki, Shirahama, Wakayama,Pacific Ocean
- Tojinbo, Sakai, Fukui,Japan
- Hornelen, Norway, Frøysjøen
- Cape Enniberg, Faroe Islands,North Atlantic
- Croaghaun, Achill Island, Ireland,Atlantic Ocean
- Vixía Herbeira, Northern Galicia, Spain,Atlantic Ocean
- Preikestolen, Norway,Lysefjorden
- Slieve League, Ireland,Atlantic Ocean
- Cabo Girão, Madeira,Atlantic Ocean
- Jaizkibel, Spain,Bay of Biscay
- Kogelberg, Western Cape, South Africa,False Bay, Atlantic Ocean
- Table Mountain, Cape Town,
- Mitre Peak, New Zealand, Milford Sound
- The Lion, New Zealand, Milford Sound
- The Elephant, New Zealand,
- Kalaupapa, Hawaii,Pacific Ocean
- Great Australian Bight
|Cliffs along the north shore of Isfjord, Svalbard, Norway.|