Shore Walk and Cave Explore
5 June :9:30 am - 3:30 pm£5.00
This coastal exploration of our dunes, caves, and Picts’ history is an exciting opportunity to get up close to part of the coast between Covesea and Hopeman: climb 250-million-year sand dunes and learn about the animals that inhabited, them before exploring caves cut into the rocks by changing sea-level, including Sculptor’s Cave with its important Pictish carvings.
Generously supported by Elgin Museum which is open at weekends 11 am to 3pm.
Please be aware there is a required rope ladder descent down ‘the lummie’, as well as an element of climbing over rocks and navigating narrow, tricky paths. Some confidence will be required to negotiate these elements of the session.
Date: 5th June
Time: 9.30am to 3.30pm
Meeting point: Outfit Moray
Cost: £5 per person
Spaces are limited to EIGHT and available to young people aged 8+.
We will provide all the necessary equipment but please make sure everyone is appropriately dressed in suitable, warm clothing, is wearing sturdy footwear and has the following with them:
- Backpack (can be provided)
- Packed lunch
- Water bottle
Attendance will be consistent with the advice from the Scottish Government regarding COVID-19 Any participants or household members MUST NOT be displaying any known COVID-19 symptoms. Outfit Moray will follow Scottish Government guidelines to ensure the risk of community transmission of COVID-19 is as low as reasonably practical.