The 25th Anniversary celebratory walks are now well underway and are proving to be a great success across the two counties with walkers attending from near and far.
Take a look at some of the photos below from Walk 1 at Ross on Wye that took place on one of the hottest days of the year so far, on Saturday 17th July after the Earth Heritage Trust AGM.
The first photo (above) shows some of the group looking at the river cliffs south of Ross of Wye, the Devonian Brownstones Formation. They show current bedded layers of sand deposited by rivers about 400 million years ago.
The second photo (above) shows some of the group at the viewpoint at the Prospect where the group stopped for a break, the River Wye is below meandering across the modern day flood plain.
The third photo (above) shows the group looking at the rock formation.
The details of the remaining 25th Anniversary walks in August and September are as follows:
Walk 6: Tuesday 17th August: Landscape and Rocks at Little / Great Doward
Walk 7: Sunday 22nd August: Landscape and Rocks at The Darens & The Cats Back -FULLY BOOKED
Walk 8: Wednesday 25th August: Geology of Swardon Quarry in the Frome Valley
Walk 9: Saturday 4th September: Ice Age Ponds Trail Staunton on Wye and Almeley
Walk 10: Tuesday 21st September: Landscape and Rocks of North Hill, Malvern
Walk 11: Monday 27th September: Geology and Heritage Walk Hereford Cathedral & City
Walk 12: Thursday 30th September: Explore Worcester City Centre
To register your interest or to book your place on a walk please contact Allison or David at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01905 855184.