Experience a history of the Earth like never before with the Deep Time Walk, an interactive audio app that helps you learn about deep time. Using the app and a specially designed local route, you start at Dynamic Earth and journey across 4.6 billion years. The app calculates your speed and distance as you discover key evolutionary events as they occur on your journey through time. When you do catch up to the present day you will understand the impact of humankind on the Earth’s complex climate.
This will be a 4.6km self-guided walk through the surroundings of Dynamic Earth, including Holyrood Park, using the Deep Time Walks app and a special map.
During the Festival, you'll be able to download the new app and map, or pick up a map at Dynamic Earth as you start out on your journey.
We recommend you allow 90 minutes to complete this experience.
Presented by Dynamic Earth
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