Geocache Locations


GEOCACHING WITH THE WALKING CAVE MAN
Detailing geocache locations and walking routes from The Walking Cave Man


Geocaching in simple terms is a treasure hunt using a GSP unit – The object of the activity is to find hidden 'geocache' in various locations dotted around the country. For more information regarding this exciting activity please read my blog regarding Geocaching

The Walking Cave Man currently has six Caches hidden in the South Cave area and hope to increase the numbers in the near future - These caches have been added to the cache log on the official Geocaching website.


Little Wold Plantation
The caches have been put together with care and therefore would be grateful if you kindly make sure that each one is correctly sealed and replaced exactly where you found it and of cause you are very welcome to take swag (please leave something interesting if you do take something), however please leave your details in the log books and update the Geocaching website when you have found one of them - It will be fantastic to see how many people find them (as long as it's not a muggle!)

If you do find a Walking Cave Man cache damaged, running out of 'swag' or has been muggled please let The Walking Cave Man know by emailing thewalkingcaveman@ymail.com


Please have fun finding them and don't forget to look for others in the East Riding, as there are some great locations and places to visit.



Flintstone Walk Caches 


These cashes can be found by following the walks detailed by The Walking Cave Man routes pages detailed below: 


A1. North Cave to North Newbald

High Hunsley any time walk
Rudolph Romp (LDWA event)       


SE93300 32502 (Details) - This Cache is located within Little Wold Plantation on the Yorkshire Wolds Way, just outside of South Cave, East Yorkshire.

                                                   
SE94388 33459 (Details)- This Cache can be found also on the official Yorkshire Wolds Way by walking through Low Hunsley Plantation, East Yorkshire.


SE93708 33078 (Details)The Cache can be found making a small detour from the Yorkshire Wolds Way at the bottom of Coombe Dale. Be careful not to 'go out of bounds!' (picture clue)


SE94250 33284 (Details)The cache can be found walking through Low Hunsley Plantation. This can easily be found by momentarily leaving the Yorkshire Wolds Way footpath - Look for the root of all things (picture of location)
                        

SE 94342 34219 (Details) - Follow the Yorkshire Wolds Way through Low Hunsley Plantation - This cache can be found before exiting the woods before the footpath becomes steep (picture clue)  


SE92870 32183 (Details) -  Dino is close to Yabadabadoo! Look for where a manhole should be as the cache is hidden here (Picture clue) - this opening and tree is close) 




SE94322 33976 (Details)This cache can be found by following the Yorkshire Wold Way through Low Hunsley Plantation however leaving at a juction within the woods (picture clue)                                               



SE9278432356 (Details) - Cache can be found in the trunk of the tree. You will need to dig deep into the hole to find it. Picture clue can be found here.



Comber Dale and Low Hunsley Plantation


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The Walking Cave Man is really proud that Living North magazine contacted me recently to promote the fantastic pastime of Geocaching and my idea of Grid Hunts within their spring edition.

I'm passionate about sharing the fantastic walking Yorkshire has to offer and more importantly 

promoting the Yorkshire Wolds and the East Riding of Yorkshire.

Hopefully the publishing of this article will inspire potential walkers, of ages, to experience and explorer this wonderful county and maybe to try out these two superb activities.


For more details about Geocaching see my blog post - Geocaching and Activity Blog

Many thanks to everyone @Living_North

Read the full article here







As always, if anyone has an interesting walk/route/trail they feel would be of interest I'd be happy to include it on this Blog (please post to thewalkingcaveman@ymail.com) - full accreditation will be given to the author and website if applicable.


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