The Norwood Ridge  is a landmark ridge in South London approximately five miles south of central London. It runs for approximately three miles in a north-easterly direction, from Selhurst and Streatham in the south, to Forest Hill in the north. It is a ridge of London Clay capped in places with gravel deposits known as the Claygate Beds.
The area has in the past had brick fields and has many railway tunnels.
- Sheet 270 South London, 1:50,000 Geology Series, British Geological Survey, Keyworth, 1998, ISBN 0-7518-3206-5