Scotland is home to some incredible rock formations such as the Old Man of Storr in Skye, or Bow Fiddle Rock on the Moray coast.  The articles here related to Scottish geological rock formations.
Exploring Cullen: Caves, Coastal Walks & More

Walking from Cullen to Portknockie while visiting some fantastic coastal caves and sea arches.

Unveiling the Mysteries of Scotland's Sculptor's Cave

Discover Pictish art, archaeological findings, and delve into the cave's fascinating Bronze Age to medieval history.

How old is Scotland? The geology and history of our wee country!

Explore Scotland's captivating past, from its geological formation over 3 billion years ago to its cultural evolution.

A guide to Bass Rock near North Berwick, East Lothian

A short guide to Bass Rock, an amazing wildlife haven in the Firth of Forth near North Berwick and Edinburgh.

Earthquakes in Scotland: Seismic activity in Scotland.

All about earthquakes in Scotland. Does Scotland experience them? How powerful are they? Find the answers and more.

Arthur's Seat & Holyrood Park, in Edinburgh, central Scotland

Climb an extinct volcano in Edinburgh?! Fantastic walks, lochs and geology - a stones throw from the city centre.

Randolph's Leap on the River Findhorn, Moray

An area of outstanding natural beauty, Randolph's Leap is a lovely area for a walk in west Moray with an interesting story.

Rogie Falls, a spectacular waterfall in the north Highlands

A visit to Rogie Falls with my wife in early October. A fantastic waterfall with a suspension bridge and salmon leaping.

The magnificent Moray Firth / Coast in North East Scotland

Things to see and do on the Moray Firth / Coast in North East Scotland. Castles, Cliffs, Dolphins and more.

Places to visit in Scotland: Bow Fiddle Rock

A unique geological rock arch formation located near Portknockie, Moray. A mecca for photographers.