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Expert tuition by Geopark staff will help you to interpret the geology of this wild and remote highland landscape.
As home of the oldest rocks in Europe, the first identified thrust fault, the oldest and biggest meteorite impact ejecta and with evidence of the earliest life; the North West Highlands Geopark really is the “Cradle of Geology”.
5th – 11th June (spaces available)
11th – 17th September (fully booked)
Find out more information on Geotours
Find out the latest on the 1.2 billion year old Meteorite Strike
Plan Your Visit
Whatever your interests and however you choose to travel, the Geopark has some fantastic activities and amenities on offer for everyone, all year round. Search for activities or accommodation, download leaflets and put together an itinerary that will suit the whole family.
Stunning mountain landscapes, clean sandy beaches, ancient settlements, thriving communities – North West Highlands Geopark offers one of the best opportunities to explore wild places in Europe. Find out about the building blocks of our Geopark here.
The North West Highlands Geopark visitor centre and central hub. Cafe, local crafts and Earth Science interactive exhibition.
Are you looking for things to do in the North West Highlands? Pebble Routes are self guided trails allowing you to explore the lesser-traveled by-roads of the North West Highlands Geopark.
These driving and cycling routes through some of the nation’s best roads take in small communities and hidden treasures.
Thursday June 20th 2019
Monday July 1st 2019
Friday July 5th 2019
Wednesday July 17th 2019
Thursday July 25th 2019
Wednesday July 31st 2019
Thursday February 21st 2019
Friday February 15th 2019
Wednesday September 26th 2018
Thursday March 29th 2018
Monday August 14th 2017
Wednesday June 7th 2017