Geocaching

Geocaching is the new exciting high tech treasure hunt and the South Downs National Park has its own GeoTour, which is England’s first. This GeoTour guides you to hidden “gems” using your mobile phone, GPS receiver or other navigational techniques. It’s a great way to explore this special landscape on foot or on a bike. There are 30 hidden Geocaches in the tour, so join in the challenge to collect points and earn your own souvenir GeoCoin. Visit the South Downs National Park website.

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