Come and walk along this beautiful shoreline and learn about 'the Father of Modern Geology,’ and how these rocks changed the geological world ... Carved by a glacier during the last Ice Age, wild Glen Sannox allows you to see the landforms the ice left behind ... Enjoy walking and climbing in Arran’s mountainous landscape - formed from 60 million-year-old granite and shaped by the erosive power of rain, wind and ice ... These sandstones were deposited as sand dunes in a great desert. Learn about Arran's journey from the Southern Hemisphere, across the equator, to its Northern position today ... Scotland and Canada parted 60 million years ago. Come and see how this shaped our beautiful island ... Follow in the footsteps of the largest invertebrate ever to walk on land. The giant millipede Arthropleura roamed Arran 300 million years ago ...