- The National Trails
- Cleveland Way
- Cotswold Way
- England Coast Path
- Glyndŵr's Way
- Hadrian's Wall Path
- North Downs Way
- Offa's Dyke Path
- Peddars Way / Norfolk Coast Path
- Pembrokeshire Coast Path
- Pennine Bridleway
- Pennine Way
- South Downs Way
- South West Coast Path
- Thames Path
- The Ridgeway
- Yorkshire Wolds Way
Geocaching is a free, fun way to explore new places or to take a different look at places you already know. It’s a bit like a high-tech treasure hunt that anyone can join.
There are over 2 million geocaches hidden all over the world and the number rises every day. Looking for geocaches takes you on a journey of discovery, often taking you to places you didn’t know existed. All you need is a GPS enabled phone or a handheld GPS device. Find out more at www.geocaching.com.
Geocaching on the Thames Path
All the National Trails have geocaches hidden along them. Looking for them will take you to some of the best views and most stunning landscapes the Trails have to offer.
There are lots of geocaches along the Thames Path and geocache trails for everyone, no matter how far you want to walk. If you have an account with geocaching.com (it's free to sign up) then you can find out more about the geocache trails by following the links listed below:
- London Bridges - a walk along the Thames Path in London, crossing all the London bridges, and finding caches as you go
- River Thames, Oxford to the River Wey
- River Thames - Oxford to Reading
- River Thames - Oxford to Lechlade
- River Thames - Weybridge to Teddington
- Thames Path - Ewen to Oxford
- Thames Path - Appleford to Reading
- Thames Path - Marlow to Eton
- Thames Path - Reading to Marlow
National Trail geocoins
Each Trail has a number of lovely National Trail geocoins. Some have already been released. More will be released annually in July to mark the start of the summer holidays and National Trail Geocaching weekend. Keep a look out for the coins and remember to check their mission. If you can please help them on their journey. Some of them will want to stay on their home Trail, others will be trying to visit other Trails and some will want to go much further afield.