Yorkshire Geocaching – The Hoffman Kiln.

Of course I couldn’t visit Yorkshire without collecting a special cache or two. The local area full of inspirational places to explore: waterfalls, caves, hills and dales. Spoilt for choice I had downloaded a select few caches, just 50 or so. 😉 Before I set off on an adventure though I was keen to claim my first 5/5 cache. A cache with the highest difficulty … Continue reading Yorkshire Geocaching – The Hoffman Kiln.

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

“The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge takes on the peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, in under 12 hours.  These peaks form part of the Pennine range, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The route is approximately 24-miles long, and includes 5,200ft (1,585m) of ascent.” Piece of cake for a girl from the fens then. 😳 The opportunity recently arose to join some other members of … Continue reading The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Fantastic Finds: Bomber Command

The second featured cache of my favourite caching experiences around the UK. Geocaches to hopefully inspire a bit of adventure. Bomber command: GC21WYM Cache Type: Traditional Area: West Midlands Difficulty rating: 3 Terrain rating: 2 Terrain type: Off the beaten track. Overgrown pathways and abandoned buildings. Current favourite points: 129 Suitable for children: Supervised, yes. Pushchair/wheelchair friendly: No Equipment needed: Torch Bomber Command is a tradtional … Continue reading Fantastic Finds: Bomber Command

Geocaching trails: Honington and Sapiston Heritage Trail.

The Honington and Sapiston Heritage trail is a rural walk in the suffolk countryside. A picturesque, gentle stroll around the areas of Honington, Sapiston, Fakenham Magna and The Black Bourn.  Honestly, a place we never would have thought to venture to, but with a handily placed trail of caches we were enticed over. A damp and drizzly afternoon but after having had a very quiet … Continue reading Geocaching trails: Honington and Sapiston Heritage Trail.