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

Geocaching on the Yorkshire Wolds Way

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. 

The Yorkshire Wolds Way has a new circular geocaching trail around Market Weighton and Goodmanham. There are five caches along the walk with the themes Railway, Stream, Well, Quarry and Village. Each cache contains one or two letters - unscramble the letters to form two words and unlock a special prize! Find out more on the Top Ten website, which showcases the best experiences on the Yorkshire Wolds Way and Cleveland Way. 

If you enjoyed that trail why not be a bit more ambitious ... there is a geocache trail the full length of the Yorkshire Wolds Way. If you have an account with (it's free to sign up) then you can see it here.

If you know of any geocache trails based on the Wolds Way we'd love to hear about them, please get in touch.

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 then every week for ten weeks. 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.