Bring a smartphone or GPS and take hide and seek to a new level at Clumber Park. With over 20 caches to find, you can enjoy spotting wildlife as you explore the parkland and heath to find the hidden 'treasure'.
Hunt for six caches in this wooded Welsh valley. Look out for birds and butterflies as you search the rolling hills and meadows. If you're lucky you may even spot an otter in the river on your adventure.
Discover the biggest cluster of geocaches in Northern Island at Mount Stewart. With over 40 to seek out, finding some of them is fairly straightforward, while you'll need to solve puzzles to uncover others.
There's a huge number of geocaches to unearth at Nostell, so grab your friends and family to see if you can find all 22 of them. The geocache locations are spread all over the park, from Obelisk Park to Engine Wood.
Enjoy our geocaching trail for beginners, as you explore Wicken Fen in search of three geocaches. The three-mile long trail takes around 1.5 hours to complete. You can borrow a GPS receiver with pre-loaded co-ordinates from the Cycle Hire building at Wicken Fen.
Go geocaching through the woodland in the grounds of this mock-Gothic castle on the shores of Lake Windermere. You'll be hunting for eight medium sized caches which end up with a a puzzle. Take in some of the best Lakeland views on your way.
Swap the treadmill for the coastline, forests, parkland and moors. Find out how National Trust membership could be your ticket to a more active lifestyle - as well as helping to protect the places you love to explore.
What could be better than heading out as a family and exploring the countryside on two wheels? Our woods and parklands are perfect for little legs (and older ones too) to pedal around. It's also no. 11 of our ‘50 things to do before you're 11¾’ - explore on wheels.