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RV 5.08 : Brugge — Geocache of the Week

RV 5.08 : Brugge — Geocache of the Week

Traditional GC4XMCM by cricri010 Difficulty: 2.5 Terrain: 1.5 Location: Bruges, Brussels N 51° 12.543 E 003° 13.476 Image by juliuscox Waffles, beer, chocolate—what comes to mind when you think of Belgium? If you’re one of the 6,000+ geocachers who have visited the busy city center in Bruges, you may remember the country for a...

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GeoTea—an interview with the owners of a geocaching cafe in Belgium

GeoTea—an interview with the owners of a geocaching cafe in Belgium

Geocaching love is in the air. If you’re reading this, you’ve likely caught the geocaching love bug. Think back on the first cache you found. What was it like that day? What geocache made you fall in love with the game? Who made you fall in love with the game? It’s easy to get...

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Coming soon…

Coming soon…

….March 25, 2019. What do these 5 locations have in common? Leave your best guess in the comments! About Mail | More Posts (1715)

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Show your cache some love

Geocachers show their geocaching love in many ways. For some, it’s as simple as finding and hiding geocaches. Others with trackable stickers and geocaching swag. Some geocachers even show love to each other through geocaching. There have been a lucky few who have used geocaches to propose to their significant other! With Valentine’s Day...

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Santa Fe National Historic Trail GeoTour (GT34)

Santa Fe National Historic Trail GeoTour (GT34)

  Giddy-up geocachers, a new journey awaits! From 1821 to 1880, traders hauled manufactured goods from Missouri all the way to Santa Fe. There they traded these goods for silver coins, pelts, and mules. Known as the Santa Fe Trail, this trek spanned five states and nearly 900 miles (1,400 km) of challenging terrain—the...

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Submit a Geocache of the Week!

Submit a Geocache of the Week!

  Where has geocaching brought you? Maybe to the tops of mountains or deep underwater. Maybe into the vibrancy of a new city, or on a peaceful stroll through a wooded glen. Maybe you found the most dastardly of puzzle caches, a nerdy themed cache, or simply a cache with the most breathtaking view...

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Cue the Favorite points

With over three million geocaches hidden under rocks, atop trees, and between logs, how can you make your geocache stand out? To give you some inspiration, we are sharing these videos for you, on how to create an extra special geocache container. How To Make a Cammo Can (aka a camouflaged ammo can)! https://youtu.be/NnOoMbd1lRk...

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Creating story worthy geocaches: Interview with cache owner jewilk1

Creating story worthy geocaches: Interview with cache owner jewilk1

In Beaverton, Oregon, cache owner jewilk1 and his son OmNom! create fun hides by using a 3D printer, puzzle logic, and googly eyes. You may recognize the name from this week’s Geocache of the Week. They are examples of creative freedom in the geocaching world because they make both a simple cache and a...

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Hunter’s Deceit — Geocache of the Week

Hunter’s Deceit — Geocache of the Week

Traditional Cache GC4B6GZ by jewilk1 Difficulty: 3.5 Terrain: 2.5 Location: Oregon, United States N 45° 27.610′ W 122° 50.036′ “One of the more enjoyable parts of geocaching can be the use of deliberate misdirection,” says Cache Owner jewilk1. Some could argue that hides of this type are considered evil, tormenting, and scream-inducing. Others enjoy...

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New year, new geocache

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