Rob Ganley
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If you've ever fancied trying geocaching - a form of treasure hunt using GPS technology – this summer you'll get your chance, as the National Trust teams up with sat-nav experts Garmin.

Geocaching involves using a hand-held satellite-navigation system to locate hidden 'caches', which often contain small items that can be swapped. This summer, geocaching taster sessions will take place at more than 40 National Trust locations; visitors will be able to borrow a Garmin device to help them find the caches.

If you've ever fancied trying geocaching - a form of treasure hunt using GPS technology – this summer you'll get your chance, as the National Trust teams up with sat-nav experts Garmin.

 

Geocaching involves using a hand-held satellite-navigation system to locate hidden 'caches', which often contain small items that can be swapped. This summer, geocaching taster sessions will take place at more than 40 National Trust locations; visitors will be able to borrow a Garmin device to help them find the caches.

 

For more information on where the events are taking place, click here to access the National Trust website, then search for 'geocaching'.