The glacial sediments in the coastal cliffs on Usedom, NE Germany, were studied with emphasis on reconstructing the paleoenvironmental development. In the lower part of the sections, the strongly sheared Langerberg till crops out. It is part of what is probably a marginal push moraine complex, deposited during a re-advance, possibly from the northwest. After the readvance, a large marginal down wasting sediment-and-ice complex remained, where the Ückeritz sand was deposited on the ice, partly in waterfilled basins. Supraglacial debris was deposited as diamicton beds in the sand and as a sporadic diamicton bed on top of the sand. The investigated sequence represents the final Weichselian deglaciation in the area. The units can be correlated to the youngest glacial deposits on western Wolin, NW Poland.