Zhangjiajie UNESCO Global Geopark is located in the mountainous area of the western region of Hunan Province, China, with a subtropical humid mansoon climate. In the long Chinese history, it has been honored as “the most fantastic mountain under heaven” and “a living Chinese landscape painting”.
In Trollfjell Geopark you can experience first-hand how geology is the foundation for landscape, biodiversity, cultural history and settlement. The geopark aims to provide worldclass activities and thrills based on the unique geological history and localities in the area.
Salpausselkä Geopark lies in southern Finland, telling a story of a landscape created by water: the prominent sandy ridges form a unique entity deposited by meltwater streams of the ice sheet. With bedrock nearly 2 billion years old and over 800 lakes, the area offers stunning views and great surroundings for recreation.
Arouca UNESCO Global Geopark is not a place to get to... it is our place in history. In the history of the Earth, in the history of Humanity… in history of each of us and everyone.
Here, biology, history and culture cohabit in perfect harmony with geology, on which everything rests. Discover us!
The two UNESCO Geoparks are cooperating since 2018, as part of the INTERREG project the "Geopark Cooperation DE/NL" One of the measures of the project was to create an Imagefilm that presents the geological history of both parks and lead through 300 million years of earth's history. This is the trailer of the Imagefilm.
Taining UNESCO Global Geopark is located in the middle of Wuyi Mountain in Southeast of China, Fujian Province, with the total area of 492.5 km2. it is a comprehensive geological park, integrating with scientific research，science and education, sightseeing range, leisure, with Danxia landform as the main body. (Subtitled)
Home to the most extreme tides in the world, Cliffs of Fundy Geopark in Nova Scotia, Canada is an amazing landscape that tells a story of continents colliding & ripping apart; of prehistoric creatures that once roamed the Earth; and of indigenous legends that inspire the imagination.
Created in 2014, the national committee of geoparks of France (CNGF) brings together French UNESCO global geoparks to initiate concertation and cooperation between labeled territories.
The Monts d’Ardèche UNESCO Global Geopark, primarily labeled as a Parc naturel regional in 2001, is located on the south-eastern fringe of Massif central.
Rinjani-Lombok UNESCO Global Geopark is situated on the island of Lombok in Southeast Asia. The island is located between Bali and the Lombok Strait
Kütralkura is a geopark in southern Chile's Araucanía Region. The geopark has an area of 8100 km2 and lies mostly in the Andes.