Welcome to Geocaching on Mull
Combine a walk or ride in one of the most scenic areas of the UK, with exposure to some of the most diverse wildlife in the UK, with a dynamic treasure hunt and you have Geocaching.
The Isle of Mull lies off the west coast of Scotland close to Oban and is connected by a short ferry crossing. Hunting for treasure has always been associated with exotic islands, wonderful beaches, mountains and wilderness remote from the hustle and bustle of the modern world. The Isle of Mull has it all and some of the best quality Geocaching in Britain.
This website outlines the work of Forestry Scotland, Country Rangers, and enthusiastic members of the community under the expert guidance of Dr Terry Marsh, the author of the definitive book, 'Geocaching in the UK'.
The caches have been placed carefully, in locations of interest on the island, and graded in accordance with the Guidelines of www.geocaching.com. Additionally, we have added 'Earth Caches' in areas of outstanding interest and scenery.
Further information about Geocaching on Mull can be found in a pamphlet from our two Tourist offices: in Craignure and Tobermory. The pamphlets are free, but, if you really want to understand Geocaching on Mull, buy the book, which will be sold in Tackle and Books in Tobermory and the Tobermory Tourist office.
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