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Trails and Geocaching


Here at the Vyne there are interesting walks and trails suitable for all the family to enjoy. These range from gentle strolls around our formal gardens to various waymarked paths within Morgaston woods which surround the estate.

Discover more and download our woodlands walks information leaflet to print and take on your future visit to us:

Woodlands walks PDF

Vyne gardens tree trail below:

Tree Trail 2010 – Author: Nick Lightfoot – Head gardener

There are many specimen trees within the grounds here at The Vyne. Right-click the above trail to view full size and print a copy for your visit to the gardens.

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Geocaching

Woodland Geocaching

Fancy a little family adventure? Then why not combine your day out in the countryside with a treasure hunt.

Geocaching is an outdoor pursuit that has captured the imagination of people around the world since it’s origins back in early 2000. Our geocaches are hidden in Morgaston woods which lay to the north-west of the house and grounds and just a gentle walking distance away. There you will find circular way-marked trails ranging from 1.1 miles to 2.2 miles suitable for all the family. Discover more on The Vyne website.

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Please ask the staff at visitor reception who will be happy to help you get the most out of your geocaching experience here at The Vyne. There are free geocaching applications available for both IPhone and Android smart phones. Click the links below to discover more:

IPhone App

Android App

There is also a wealth of information about geocaching located on the following websites:

Geocaching – National Trust

Garmin Open Caching

The lake side approach to Morgaston woods

The lake side approach to Morgaston woods

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