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North Wales Walking Festivals

Most of  the Walking Festivals in North Wales now have geocaching as an integral part of the event. Festivals at Rhuddlan, Prestatyn, Conwy, Pentrefoelas and Anglesey allowed some 70 people to enjoy an afternoon being introduced to the sport by expert help with free loan of pre-programmed GPS units. Some 50 caches were visited in all and many adults and children were inspired by the many opportunities which now lay before them. Every week a dozen or so caches are added to the total in Wales and this is a wonderful opportunity for more and more followers of this sport to get out into the countryside and enjoy this beautiful country


Mega WalesMega Wales 2011 - Swansea 31st of July 2011

The venue has been specifically chosen to provide facilities for geocachers and non-geocachers alike. There is easy access to the town centre, beach and leisure complex as well as the odd cache or two!

The glorious Gower Peninsula and beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park are within easy reach of Swansea making it a perfect holiday location – so whether you come for the day, weekend or longer there will be plenty to do.

As well as the Mega Event itself there will be numerous side events in the wonderful Welsh countryside including hill and coastal walks, beach barbecues & family fun days. Full details can be found on the Mega Wales website.


Minister for Tourism visits Geocaching Wales HQ!

Rhodri Glyn Thomas & Peter Hewlett

Friday 16 May 2008

Mr Rhodri Glyn Thomas came to Aberdaron to see how local businesses are working to promote tourism in the area. He was impressed to see how we have set up Geocaching Wales and to discover the activity of geocaching. He thought it was a excellent way of exploring the Welsh countryside and culture.

Read article on the Edge of Wales Walk website was launched at the NEC Outdoor Show last weekend Friday the 14th to Sunday the 16th March.

Launching at the NEC

We can report a very successful geocaching event at the Crickhowell Walking Festival on Saturday and Sunday the 1st / 2nd of March and 8th / 9th of March. Caches were hidden a various places around Crickhowell and the grid references and clues as to their whereabouts were published on the internet. Special tokens were distributed to each cache for the geocachers to collect and, on each weekend, the first team to collect a set of tokens and hand it in to the Tourist Information Centre received a prize. There was also an area set aside where geocachers met to talk about geocaching and exchange travel bugs. 50 teams competed and the whole event was a great success. Thanks goes to Sambedr for 2 brilliant weekends. Full details can be read here and pics can be seen here

*World First Geocaching Event on a Pier!*

A host of geocachers will be meeting up on Victoria Pier, Colwyn Bay, North Wales between 12noon and 2pm on Saturday 7th June and then again at the same time the next day on Sunday 8th June. A great opportunity to meet fellow geocachers and to find out more about the sport. Find out more- see

Many new caches in Wales this week. Try these:

1. Aberamffra Lime Kiln (Traditional Cache) (GC1C7R8)

Location: United Kingdom (25.6mi E (41.1km E))

Date: 5/13/2008 by Dyffryn

2. Assume Nothing Wales #1 (Bark) (Traditional Cache) (GC1C6C9)

Location: United Kingdom (35.7mi SE (57.4km SE))

Date: 5/12/2008 by forcesofnature

3. (Beyond) The Source of The Severn (Traditional Cache) (GC1C57M)

Location: United Kingdom (43.9mi SE (70.6km SE))

Date: 5/11/2008 by uze