Introduction to Geocaching from Breakheart Quarry
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A circular walk through Breakheart Quarry and Hermitage Wood to find several geocaches. This is an ideal introduction to Geocaching for all ages. Experienced geocachers will be very welcome to help out. Walk will be on established paths, but short sections may be slightly muddy. No steep inclines, but there are 4 stiles. We will be searching for geocaches, with a short stop at each one. Some geocaches have swaps inside, so bring some small trinkets along to exchange.
The Dursley Walking Festival always ends with tea and cakes in the Methodist church hall from 3 pm.
Drink. Smartphone with Geocaching app, or GPS (create geocaching.com account before arrival). Pencil.
- Please bring drinks and refreshments
- This a family friendly walk. Accompanied children are welcome
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