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Explore geology along the Cliff Path

Have you ever wondered about the weird and wonderful shapes of the rocks along the Cliff Path?

Why Tamatiebank is so called? Or why whales can come so close to the cliffs?

A special excursion organised by Whale Coast Conservation in partnership with Overberg Geoscientists can provide you with some of the answers.

Whale Coast Conservation invites members of the public who are interested in the subject of geology to join them on an excursion on Monday 8 July to explore the geology of the Hermanus Cliff Path.

Dr John Bristow and Dr Dave Maurant of the Overberg Geoscientists will lead the excursion.

“At the start of the walk, an overview of the geology of the area will be given. We will stop at various sites to show participants examples of what was discussed at the start. Geology involves complicated terms but everything will be explained to participants without the technical jargon.

“Every rock has a story. Come and hear the stories of the amazing rocks comprising the Hermanus cliffs,” said Lee.

The first walk is on Monday 8 July from 14:30 to 16:30. It will cover the 3,5 km stretch from the New Harbour to Gearing’s Point. Adults pay R120 towards environmental education. “This walk is suited for adults but children are welcome to accompany adults,” said Lee.

For more info and to book, phone 083 242 3295 or send email to anina.wcc@gmail.com.

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