Arran Geopark Events

Wednesday, 19th August

GUIDED WALK: An Introduction to Deep Time

Location | Lochranza
Start | 10am
Duration | 2.5 hours
Cost | Suggested donation - Adult £10

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Learn about the James Hutton, ‘father of modern geology’, and how this beautiful coastal landscape changed our understanding of the Earth.

Pay what you can (a suggested donation is £10 per person).

Walk length: 3 km / 2 miles

Approx. duration: 2½ hours

Terrain: road, surfaced path and rocky beach; paths may be wet in places and rocks may be very slippery.

Waterproofs are essential; please wear grippy shoes or walking boots; and don’t forget food/drinks!

Please note: dogs are not allowed on Geopark walks.

Wednesday, 26th August

GUIDED WALK: Corrie Shoreline

Location | Corrie
Start | 10am
Duration | 2.5 hours
Cost | Suggested donation - Adult £10

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Scramble along Corrie’s scenic shoreline through 100 million years of geological time – when Arran drifted across the equator.

Pay what you can (a suggested donation is £10 per person).

Walk length: 3 km / 2 miles
Approx. duration: 2½ hours
Terrain: road, surfaced path and rocky beach; paths may be wet in places and rocks may be very slippery.

Waterproofs are essential; as are grippy shoes or walking boots; and don’t forget food/drinks!

Please note: dogs are not allowed on Geopark guided walks.

Wednesday, 2nd September

GUIDED WALK: King’s Caves & Drumadoon

Location | Blackwaterfoot
Start | 10am
Duration | 4 hours
Cost | Suggested donation - Adult £10

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Explore archaeological sites, understand sea-level change, and go back to a time when Europe and North America were drifting apart.

Pay what you can (a suggested donation is £10 per person).

Walk length: 6 km / 4 miles
Approx. duration: 4 hours
Terrain: track, path and uneven rocky shoreline; rocks may be very slippery.

Waterproofs are essential; please wear grippy shoes or walking boots; and don’t forget food/drinks!

Please note: dogs are not allowed on Geopark walks.

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