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Kirriemuir: geo and munro

While roaming the Mearns with the kids we went to Kirriemuir on our travels. I’ve been through Kirrie a few times but had not noticed the links to two of my areas of interest. The square has several plaques to

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Posted in Geodiversity, Geological Walks (urban), Scotland, Trips

Edinburgh Geological Walk Two: Local Geodiversity sites in the East End

The second local walk in Edinburgh Hills of Hame will be running is a more general walk linking sites between Calton Hill and St John’s Hill, which can be linked with the Pavement Palaeontology walk into 4-6 hour walk.┬áLocal Geodiversity

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Starting Edinburgh Geological Walks mid-August

The main aim of Hills of Hame is to take people out to more remote areas but urban geology in Edinburgh is great too. The guides will go up on the site here for people to look at, and use

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Posted in Geological Walks, Geological Walks (low-level), Uncategorized
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