The Gobbins Coastal Path: July Hike with a Difference | The Geocaching Junkie

Hailed as the most dramatic walk in Europe, The Gobbins coastal path at Islandmagee, County Antrim has been on my ‘must-do’ list ever since it was reopened in August 2015, after an almost six decade long closure. It was closed again in June 2016 due to increasing rock fall, but was partially opened in June … More The Gobbins Coastal Path: July Hike with a Difference | The Geocaching Junkie

Geocaching on the Inishowen Peninsula, Donegal | The Geocaching Junkie

Donegal has always been one of those counties that I heard was amazing, but it was never really on the top of my destination bucket list. I usually favoured going further afield – outside of Ireland – if I had a spare weekend. That all changed, of course, when I started geocaching! I have now … More Geocaching on the Inishowen Peninsula, Donegal | The Geocaching Junkie

May Hike: Scrabo Country Park, County Down

Presenting the fifth instalment of my geocaching New Year’s resolution to go on at least one hike a month… although, disclaimer: this month felt more like a short uphill walk combined with a forest stroll than a proper hike! Scrabo Country Park Located near Newtownards, 10 miles east of Belfast, Scrabo Country Park encompasses Killynether Wood, … More May Hike: Scrabo Country Park, County Down

16 Reasons to go Geocaching on the Emerald Isle

Regular readers will be well aware of my bias concerning how amazing the Emerald Isle is. When I was younger, I used to wonder why many Americans I met outside of Ireland would delight when they heard I was Irish and tell me they’d always wanted to visit. It truly baffled me. It’s only in more recent years … More 16 Reasons to go Geocaching on the Emerald Isle