Geocaching at Whipsnade Tree Cathedral

Every time we go to the zoo, we drive past the little National Trust sign to the Whipsnade Tree Cathedral. It’s one of our closest National Trust spaces but in that it’s just that, a space, with no property, shop or loos we’ve never stopped. Until it was discovered that there are geocaches there! After our geocaching adventures in Norfolk (so much to blog, only one hand to type with, still), we have purchased our own handheld GPS unit and the Sealion Keeper and her dad are to be found out on their bikes most weekends now – hunting for the many caches that are within a couple of miles of home. Back to the Tree Cathedral…we all went. Parking and access is free and as you wriggle through the gate you step into a most beautiful space.

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