Geocaching in the Clent Hills

West Midlands

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What do you get if you mix rambling with the 21st century? The answer is GeoCaching, a day out where you follow map coordinates using a handheld GPS device. Previous GeoCachers will have pinpointed the sites of interest, be it a Roman Fort, or simply a spot to capture a classic sunset photo.

The Clent Hills have permanent views over the stunning Cotswolds’ landscape. Using bridleways and footpaths, follow your GPS device to - amongst others - the Standing Stones, a centuries-old series of obelisks, or head to the picnic-perfect spot known as Robbo’s Pool.

If you spot something of interest, you can always log it and upload it to the many GeoCaching websites, helping others find your favourite sites in the UK.

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