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Here are 9 Geocaching Tools – What Else Should You Pack?

Here are 9 Geocaching Tools – What Else Should You Pack?

Nine pieces of important geocaching gear Whether you’re geocaching in a park or grabbing a T5 from a rappel, having right tools may be the difference between a smiley and a DNF. In fact, thanks to some clever geocache hiders, some geocaches may require certain tools to be found. The tools in the photo...

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5 Tips to Achieve Geocaching Stardom

5 Tips to Achieve Geocaching Stardom

Rock Star move at a Geocache The basics of geocaching are inspiring in their simplicity. A geocacher hides a geocache and challenges others to find it. That’s it. And it’s easy to unlock the joy of geocaching when you discover clever hides and share the adventure with good friends. Becoming a great geocacher is...

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L’ Oeuvre D un Facteur (GC27WQH) – GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – January 31, 2013

L’ Oeuvre D un Facteur (GC27WQH) – GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – January 31, 2013

This is just one view of the palace. What started as a single stone and a dream became the amazing Palais Idéal du Facteur Cheval. This palace in the south of France was built over the course of 33 years by one French postman, Ferdinand Cheval. Now the palace hosts visitors from around the...

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Announcing the January Featured Geocacher of the Month

Announcing the January Featured Geocacher of the Month

Congratulations to the Featured Geocacher of the Month, The Weasel The decibel level from the global geocaching community rose to new heights in December. Hundreds of geocachers commented to support of outstanding nominees from the United States and the United Kingdom. More than 800 comments were tallied for all the nominees. Each geocacher nominated offers the...

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Announcing the 2013 Cache In Trash Out Weekend

Announcing the 2013 Cache In Trash Out Weekend

Cache In Trash Out Weekend We hear it all the time, “Geocachers are the nicest people!” It’s a wonderful compliment that good-hearted geocachers have earned for over a decade. Cache In Trash Out (CITO) weekend is just another example of geocachers giving back. Since 2002, tens of thousands of geocachers have cleaned up parks, trails and...

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A Geocaching Beginner’s Guide – Geocache Container Pictures

A Geocaching Beginner’s Guide – Geocache Container Pictures

A geocacher’s study guide Geocaching adventures can take you to new vantage points, down scenic roads and into long-forgotten forests. You’ll search through both new parks and familiar neighborhoods. The adventure is in the journey, but the real thrill can begin when you close in on the coordinates. Geocaches can be recycled containers like...

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Explore the Eugene, Cascades & Coast GeoTour

Explore the Eugene, Cascades & Coast GeoTour

Explore more than 70 new geocaches from Oregon’s Coast to the waterfalls and lava fields of the Cascades on the Eugene Cascades & Coast GeoTour. Geocachers that complete the entire trip will earn two unique, locally made Geocoins that fit together like puzzle pieces. Launched in October 2012, the McKenzie River Edition of the GeoTour winds along the...

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Cache ‘o Mat (GC1A11C) – GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – January 24, 2013

Cache ‘o Mat (GC1A11C) – GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – January 24, 2013

Cache ‘o Mat – the geocache vending machine   Geocaches come in all shapes, sizes and colors. Cache ‘o Mat (GC1A11C) on the other hand, a one of a kind geocache vending machine, has set a new standard for unique geocaches. It’s easy to spot, easy to get stickers and easy to see why this...

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Geocaching Unlocks the Secrets of the Earth – Geocaching Weekly Newsletter

Geocaching Unlocks the Secrets of the Earth – Geocaching Weekly Newsletter

Happy Birthday EarthCaching The world’s first EarthCache just turned nine. EarthCache I in Australia was created on January 10, 2004 and EarthCaching has been growing up ever since. There are now more than 14,000 active EarthCaches around the globe. Instead of a physical container, EarthCaches use unique geological features as the “find.” Geocachers must...

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GPS Adventures Maze Travels to Colorado

GPS Adventures Maze Travels to Colorado

The new GPS Adventures Maze is all set to open its doors just a short drive from downtown Denver. You can navigate the fun, interactive museum exhibit at The Wildlife Experience. Join Geocaching Co-Founder Jeremy Irish and hundreds of fellow geocachers at the opening event on February 9 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m....

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