Meeting location: Will be revealed on registration. Time: 11:00 am. Duration: 3 to 4 hours. Terrain: Sea-wall path. Elevation gain: Flat. Event description: An interpretive walk along the Sea-wall of Stanley Park to learn about the geology of the Vancouver area. See how 40 to 70 million year old rivers laid down sand, silt, clay and minor coal over a period that included the waning years of the age of dinosaurs. Other features will be giant boulders of 100 million year old granite stranded by the retreating ice, remnants of ancient volcanoes, concretions in the sandstone, wave-cut notches in the cliff-face formed when the sea-level was higher. Low tide at the time of our walk will reveal other features such as wave-cut platforms formed by wave action over the last 5000 years, and see how First Nations peoples made use of the debris left by the glaciers to make fish traps. Registration: Because of a need to limit the size of the group and because the event may be rescheduled due to weather, registration is required. Contact David at 604-924-0147 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register and receive details as to the meeting location. This field trip is fully booked. A wait list will be maintained.