The Lizard's remarkable landscape is dictated by its very unusual geology. Here Mother Nature has reluctantly given up a medley of igneous and metamorphic rocks that properly belong in the Earth's oceanic lithosphere and are only rarely found on dry land. It's these unusual rocks that underpin the distinctiveness of the Lizard. In the first part of this guidebook we look at the origin of the Lizard's remarkable rocks and at the unusual habitats associated with them and then guide you to the famous beauty spots like Lizard Point, Kynance and Mullion as well as the less visited places like Goonhilly and Predannack Downs.
Edition: 5th (2019)
Size: 240mm x 140mm
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