Guided Walks Programme 2018

These are short, informal day walks exploring the rocks of central Scotland. The programme includes many of the best geological sites in the Lothians and Fife, places where you can get to grips with the fascinating stories that the rocks tell about our past. The pace is slow, with plenty of opportunities to enjoy the rocks, the landscape and wildlife. Please check the links below to find out more, and don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions. Look forward to seeing you on a walk soon!

Angus Miller, Geowalks

Find out more:
- About the walks general details, including how to book and grading of walks.
- Walk details for upcoming walks (these are also sent out by post or email to people who have booked in advance).

See also the Courses page for more information about walking and classroom courses, and Geowalks Holidays throughout Scotland.

Most walks go ahead as planned, but occasionally I need to make changes. Walks may not take place if fewer than 5 people book, so please make sure you let me know if you intend to come along. Pay cash or cheque on the day. Page updated 25 September 2018.

Saturday 1 September 2018 10am Kirkcaldy to the Wemyss Caves This gentle walk along a quiet section of the Fife Coastal Path takes us through varied coastal scenery, with lots of sedimentary rockon view, including loose material that is great for fossils. Day walk, 5 hours, 14

Saturday 22 September 2018 10am Linlithgow to Muiravonside Country Park Stroll along the Union Canal and follow the River Avon upstream for a circuit through Muiravonside Country Park, finding a mix of sedimentary and igneous rocks and enjoying the wider scenery of West Lothian. Day walk, 5 hours, 14

Sunday 30 September 2018, 10am Vogrie, Midlothian A varied walk from Vogrie Country Park to Gorebridge, exploring river valleys, abandoned limestone quarries, castles and glacial drainage channels. Day walk, 5 hours, 14 Walk details ...

Saturday 10 November 2018, 10am Barns Ness to Skateraw, East Lothian A flat coastal walk across sedimentary rocks rich in fossil corals, crinoids and shells and a glimpse into the hot, changeable conditions of Carboniferous Scotland on the Equator. Day walk, 5 hours, 14 Walk details ...


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