Walk.
Experience.
Act.

Walk. Experience. Act.

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Walk. Experience. Act.

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Step back in time.

Deep Time Walk is a transformative journey through 4.6bn years of Earth history via a 4.6km guided walk. It is an invitation to view the world differently, encouraging positive action and advocacy for a regenerative Earth. Our vision is to empower an ensemble of geographically specific and culturally nuanced Deep Time Walks, providing a unique intercultural platform that helps bring about a diverse, flourishing ecological civilisation.

More about the App

Field Kit

Deep Time Cards

Deep Time Cards

Unpack a history of our Earth. These 58 beautifully illustrated cards enable anyone to learn about Earth history and gain a perspective of the immensity of deep time. With inspiring quotes, reference data and features to plan your own Deep Time Walk, each card provides a concise summary in 100-million-year time segments.

Deep Time Walk App

Deep Time Walk App

A new story of the living Earth. The dramatised Deep Time Walk can be experienced anywhere in the world. Walk 4.6km through 4.6bn years of Earth history, learn about key concepts from Earth’s evolution and experience a unique perspective of deep time. A transformative experience for iOS and Android.

The Script

Deep Time Script

Read the poetic script used in our first App. This limited-edition book of the narrative used in the Deep Time Walk App. Recommended for a Ted Hughes Award, ‘The Fool and the Scientist’ is written by award-winning playwright Peter Oswald and scientist Dr. Stephan Harding. Includes a glossary of 120+ specialised terms.

Professor Iain Stewart

UNESCO Chair in Geoscience and Society & Director of the Sustainable Earth Institute, Plymouth University

What a gem! A powerful scientific and geopoetic evocation of how humanity is woven into the fabric of Earth’s remarkable past. Fascinating and humbling in equal measure.

Kate Raworth

Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University. Author of Doughnut Economics

“Sometimes the biggest ideas arrive in the smallest packets – so if you want to hold the span of space and time in your hands, these beautiful, mind-stretching Deep Time Cards will show you the way.”

Bruno Latour

Philosopher, anthropologist and sociologist

“A great poeticoscientific walk synced with narration. A masterpiece to get a sense of history.”

News & Blog

  • November 12, 2021
    The Well of Deep Time – new contemplative practice
    New 15 minute contemplative practice for use in small groups invites people to travel back through the evolution of our beautiful planet. Listen now, or download a beautifully illustrated version.
  • November 12, 2021
    Deep Time Walk featured in Long Time Academy
    The Long Time Academy podcast hosted by Ella Saltmarshe is a collaboration between Headspace & The Long Time Project and features our very own Stephan Harding alongside Tyson Yunkaporta (Sandtalk), Marcia Bjornerud (Timefulness), Vincent Ialenti (Deep Time Reckoning), Jay Griffiths (How To Rebel).
  • November 10, 2021
    Global wave of 50+ walks for #COP26
    Activists and community leaders from across the world brought a deep time aspect to the ecological and climate emergency, highlighting the importance of the COP26 talks at this critical juncture for our human family.

Creative Excellence

Designed by an experienced team of radio producers, professional actors, award-winning script writers and sprinkled with creative genius, the Deep Time Walk App brings together excellence in science, the arts and appropriate technology to provide a unique experience of Earth history.

Meet the team

OUR PARTNERS & SUPPORTERS

As a small social enterprise we have been supported by two successful crowdfunding rounds, the last being match-funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. We are currently growing our partnership base to help foster wider understanding of deep time and to show humanity’s deep ancestral history and interconnectedness with all life.

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