The Highland Border Complex as displayed at Lime Craig Quarry, north-east of Aberfoyle. The limestone crag on the skyline belongs to the Lower Ordovician (Floian stage) Dounans assemblage, while the conglomerate exposure below it belongs to the Lower Devonian. (Photo: W Gray)
The themes in this region are: the relationships between the Dalradian block and the Midland Valley; some details of the structure and stratigraphy of the Highland Border Complex; recumbent folding in Upper Dalradian rocks.
The features that can be examined include: serpentinites, serpentinite breccias, fossiliferous limestones, unconformity, conglomerates; Aberfoyle Grits and Slates, grading, bedding-cleavage relationships, recumbent fold.
Aberfoyle lies within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. A report from BGS gives an overview of geodiversity in the National Park.