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Guided Walk: Chert Mining & Geology on Fremington Edge

Saturday 29 May 2021 10:15 - 15:15

Event No: 2

Geology and chert mining remains

Venue: Reeth Green Bus Shelter

Tickets are not due to go on sale until 08/03/2021.

A moderate 5 mile walk led by members of the Swaledale and Arkengarthdale Archaeological Group with some steep and rocky sections, to explore the geology, glaciation evidence and chert mining remains on Fremington Edge. No dogs please.

Adult £7, Under 25 £3

You’ll need sturdy boots, waterproofs and hat. For the longer walks bring lunch and water. Coins for ticket machines are needed if starting from a car park. Published durations are approximate. We are grateful to Swaledale and Arkengarthdale Archaeology Group, Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority and Yoredale Natural History Society for leading some of our walks.

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