We have 3 new Adventure Labs in our area:
Bardsey Island is a remote and magical place. It is well worth the effort to get there with only one existing traditional cache and now SSSI it needs some labs to put this amazing place back on the caching map. The tiny Island of 20,000 graves is full of history, seals, sheep and just 4 all year round humans! Bardsey is at the end of the North Wales Pilgrims route, and one of the holiest places in Britain famed for the 20,000 graves of saints. Locals say that if you dig anywhere on the island, you’ll hit a body. A short 20 minute ferry ride for an amazing 4 hours of history, wildlife, and crystal clear waters.
PLEASE NOTE: Mobile phone signal on Bardsey is non existent so you will need to prepare before you set off! The distance is set so that you will be able to open the stages before you set off and can log the answers once you return to the mainland.
Bardsey Island Ferry is currently £45 per adult £25 per child
To book call Colin on 07971 769 895 or visit https://www.bardseyboattrips.com
Historic Ruthin created by stormjester
This Adventure lab takes you on a short tour of the pretty town of Ruthin.
This Saturday sees DJ:CD a geocaching family from Bedfordshire hosting a Community Celebration Event while on holiday in Anglesey. They would love to meet local and non local geocachers.
GC8QA1G DJ:CD’s Community Celebration Event – Beach Games by DJ:CD D1/T1.5
When: Saturday 23rd July 2022
Time: 11am – 1pm
Where: Porth Dafarch, Holy Island, Anglesey
International Geocaching Day 20th August, 2022
As part of International Geocaching Day celebrations geocaching HQ have set the geocaching community a challenge, to break the record for most cachers to log a find in a day. The current record is 126,833 cachers which was set way back on August 11, 2013. To join the challenge and be counted, log a ‘Found It’ log on a geocache, complete an Adventure Lab location or post an ‘Attended’ log for an event taking place on 20th August. If a new record is set a souvenir will be awarded to everyone who took part in creating the new record.
Want to take part in the challenge? Why not join us at the following event:
GC9X7K0 9US Celebrate International Geocaching Day 2022 by 9 Usual Suspects
Dinas Dinlle Hillfort Open Day
Gwynedd Archaeological Trust are holding an open day at Dinas Dinlle Hillfort on Saturday 30th July, 10am-4pm. Take a guided tour of the fort and find out about last years excavations. Park at Dinas Dinlle car park and make your way up to the hillfort. Social distancing required. The event is free with no booking required.