|26th Jun 2021 to 11th Jul 2021|
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You can complete this adventure online but we recommend that you go to Inch Park for the best experience. The tour starts in Inch Park, near Cameron Toll shopping centre. The park can be quite muddy so please dress accordingly. The tour is approximately 2km long.
We recommend you allow about 45 minutes for this experience.
Presented by The University of Edinburgh
Location: Inch Park, Cameron Toll, Old Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh, EH16 4SU.
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