Half Term Fun on Norfolk Trails!

Photo:  Martyn Wright

Photo: Martyn Wright

Looking for something a bit different this half term? Then stick your wellies on and get the kids out on the Nar Valley Way Geocache Trail!

So what is Geocaching? Geocaching is an exciting outdoor treasure hunt adventure for the whole family. It is a fun way to get people walking, introducing you to new, interesting and beautiful locations.

Geocaches can be found using co-ordinates input into a Smartphone or GPS receiver, and you can expect an adventurous experience for adults and children alike.

Norfolk is a fantastic place to start Geocaching. The open countryside, beautiful coast, gentle river valleys and a landscape rich in heritage sites offers a unique opportunity for exploration.

The Nar Valley Way Geocache Trail includes a series of ten caches on a 2.5 mile stretch from Castle Acre to West Acre and encourages Cachers to experience one of the most beautiful stretches of the Nar Valley Way passing through Castle Acre Common, which is a “Site of Special Scientific Interest”.

More info can be found at http://www.norfolk.gov.uk/Leisure_and_culture/Norfolk_Trails/NCC126448

 

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