Discover the fascinating history of the Peak District.
Learn about the age of the rocks and how the landscape was formed millions of years ago when the area was underwater. Our experienced guide will show you how to look for fossils in the spectacular landscape and even show you how to conduct your own geological survey.
Perfect for families, the walk is approximately 3 miles over fields and occasional rocky terrain. Accompanied children aged 8 years and over welcome.
"Visitors will be able to examine the strata from the Milldale Limestone sequence and geological structure exposed in and around Ilam Park with explanation and commentary along the route.
We will see geological folding on paradise walk, Faulting at Musden wood, the Limestone Crag and fossils along the way." - Chris, Geology Walk Leader
The walk includes a 10% discount voucher for the Manifold Tearoom for the day of the walk.
|10:00 - 14:00
- Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
Accompanied children over the age of 8 years.
- Meeting point
Meet at the Welcome Hut in Ilam Park (where you'll also find signs for the Manifold Tea-Room, our secondhand bookshop and toilets).
- What to bring and wear
Wear sturdy shoes and come prepared for the weather, that might be sunhats or raincoats.
Route involves some slopes and stony paths. Walk is approximately 3 miles long.
Sorry no dogs since we'll be doing lots of stopping. Parking charges apply for non NT members (£ 5 up to 4 hours, £7 all day)
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