/ geocaching - south nottingham
I've tried to log onto geocache forum but my app isn't being approved.will have a few garmins etc
Oh and keyworth is south nottingham
Zoom the map and and out and look for "clumps" of icons - a lot of the time they're circular walks. If you're lucky the CO will have given some summary details on the listing for the first one in the series eg "This walk should take around two and a half hours and is on footpaths and a short stretch of quiet lane. Parking at the waypoint below." - which is the sort of thing you need to know.
If you find a listing for one cache in an area, there's a link on the listing for google-maps-with-geocaching-icons which will show you all the others in the area.
Have just had a look, and Keyworth has its very own series - the Keyworth Cache Crawl. Might be a bit long for what you need, though, and not suitable for pushchairs.
(1st one in the series is GC407M5 if interested.)
> Have just had a look,
had a look where... on the google earth thing mentioned above?
> had a look where... on the google earth thing mentioned above?
I just had a look on the Geocache map and there's loads of clusters and series caches really close to where you are.
Looks like there's a good one based around the National Transport Heritage Centre at Ruddington.
You will need to log onto the website yourself at some point to gain the coords for caches. As your app doesn't work try logging on using a computer and printing off the info for any caches you want to do. It's actually quite handy having printouts of the caches (and most contain clues/hints) for group cachers.
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