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We are now taking bookings for Geotours 2020.

The North West Highlands Geopark has a varied and exciting geological history and holds within its boundaries some of the oldest rocks in Europe,  fossil evidence of the earliest life,  traces of Scotland’s oldest recorded meteorite strike and a landscape that enabled the early geologists to develop the theory of thrust faulting.

Over the course of a week you will travel the length of the Geopark visiting areas of geological significance in the company of  local geologist Pete Harrison who will provide expert guidance to help you interpret the landscape.

Geoheritage Festival

There are currently three Geotours available for 2020.

Fri 15th May – Mon 18th May (extended weekend tour)
Wed 27th May –  Tues 2nd June (limited spaces)
Wed 16th – Tues 22nd September 

Further details and booking information

What's On

Talk on The North Atlantic Anthrosols by Prof Ian Simpson of the University of Stirling

Thursday November 14th 2019

Weekend Geotour May 2020

Friday May 15th 2020

Geotour May 2020

Wednesday May 27th 2020

Geotour September 2020

Wednesday September 16th 2020


Geopark September 2019 Newsletter

Monday September 16th 2019

Geopark August 2019 Newsletter

Saturday August 3rd 2019

Job Vacancy - Geopark Administrator

Thursday July 25th 2019

Geopark July 2019 Newsletter

Tuesday July 2nd 2019

Geopark June 2019 Newsletter

Monday June 17th 2019

Funding Success - our new project for 2019

Thursday February 21st 2019