Ballantrae Complex

Date: Saturday, 27 July 2019
Time: 9:00AM - 6:00PM
Type: Excursion

Description
Leader: Dr Con Gillen
 
The Ballantrae region is of international importance because of the presence there of the Ballantrae Complex, an association of serpentenite, chert and pillow lavas that represents an ophiolite. There are many interesting geological localities in this area. Con is currently assessing which sites to visit on our excursion bearing in mind accessibility to a coach party and time limitations.
 
 
Pricing/ Booking Information

£30 deposit. This is set at a level to recover the anticipated costs of the trip. A small financial adjustment may be made on the bus on the day of the trip.

Additional Information

Leaving Gregory Building at 9:00, returning at 18:00, travelling by coach