Geocaching is a great activity that anyone can take part in! Discover even more beauty and charm of the country you live. Or, if you already love geocaching Scotland is an ideal place to carry on your interest.
Ready to explore more of Scotland?
Geocaching in the Speyside Way area is extremely popular. Booking your walking holiday with EasyWays will ensure that your trip is as stress free and organised as possible. Unfamiliar with the area and want to go geocaching? We will take time to provide you with all the local knowledge you will need – with us, walking holidays in Scotland are always a success!
What is geocaching?
Described best as an outdoor treasure hunting game, which is based around the use of GPS navigation. Using a smartphone, tablet or another GPS enabled device geocachers try and find hidden geocaches all over the globe. The caches located contain a logbook and some sort of treasure – toys or something with little value.
Why go geocaching in Scotland?
The best thing about geocaching is that it is an activity that will take you to places you never thought of going. On a local or global level, there is so much to explore! With the amazing surroundings in the highlands and north of Scotland, there is no excuse. Also, it is the perfect activity for all the family to take part in. If you are experienced in geocaching Scotland is a must on your geocaching list!
Walkers have joined us from all over the world. It doesn’t matter what route you are walking with the EasyWays team, we will ensure everything is taken care of and runs smoothly!
“I would definitely recommend and use EasyWays service for walking holidays! They made the booking arrangements efficiently and professionally and they provided us with all the information we needed.”
Carol & Gordon (Canadian & British) – August 2014
Caledonian CacheFest 2017
Recently the Caledonian CacheFest 2017 took place from the 26th to the 29th of May. Near Peebles in the Scottish borders, the festival brought more geocachers together! The activity has always been a great way to meet people. Geocaching Scotland’s landscapes is very rewarding and a great way to meet new people.
Geocaching Speyside Way
All over Scotland geocaching is popular, the Speyside Way walk route takes you from Buckie to Aviemore in the north east of Scotland. Along the walk there is also the opportunity to seek out some treasure! Geocaching makes the route even more exciting! There are many popular points around Loch Garten. Also, the local Whisky festival held a whisky caching this year. EasyWays can help make your walking holiday even better with some surprises along the way!
If you are interested in EasyWays helping your to plan a successful walking holiday, contact us.