Sunday 30 July 2017 10.30am – late afternoon
Join Angus Lunn to examine the glacial deposits and landforms in the Powburn-Wooler area, the kamiform landscape south of Wooler and the spectacular meltwater channels to its west. This area has been described as having some of the “best views in England” and is an ideal location to view a wide variety of glacial depositional landforms.
Angus has been leading field-trips to examine Quaternary landscapes, for more years than he might care to mention.
There will be a small amount of rough walking but the trip is not strenuous. Bring lunch. Meet: Ingram car park (NU 018163)