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Movember Means: Must-caches

Article written by Janelle Saylor   As men around the world started to grow their facial hair in honor of Movember, we wondered about mustache-themed caches, trackables, coins, and geocachers that could be out there. And we found facial hair from a can is pretty popular. Most geocaches encourage people to use a mustache in the geocache to share a picture of themselves, stache’d up, on the geocache page. Here are some of our furriest finds: ‘Stache Caches:                                             [...]

Give a World of Adventure

(Advertisement) Give a World of Adventure in a Geocache Container The holidays are approaching and with the Geocaching Action and Discovery kit, you can inspire the spirit of adventure in kids. The Explorer’s Guide to Geocaching Activity Book—exclusive to the kit—guides them through the adventure of geocaching with fun characters, over a dozen activities and more. They’ll have everything they need to find their first few geocaches* as well as hide one of their own. Give this kit and unlock millions of adventures around the world. Recommended for ages 8 – 12 The Geocaching Action and Discovery Kit includes: The [...]

Tips for a Spooky Geocaching Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner and just because you’re a little too old to go trick-or-treating, doesn’t mean you can’t still have a frighteningly good time. . You might carve a pumpkin with a geocaching theme, or dress up as your favorite Geocaching Trackable and let other geocachers discover you. There’s always a way to add a little geocaching to the spookiest of holidays. Here are a few ideas to have a haunting geocaching experience:   Find a spooky geocache, , like GC5CZTZ or GC11JM6 Have a Halloween-themed geocaching event. Dress up as your favorite geocaching-related item. Find a Night Cache. Create a [...]

New Challenge: Leave Your Keyboard at Lunch – Find a Geocache

Ready, set, lunch break geocaching by: Bri Suffety You should remember one thing, your keyboard won’t miss you if you leave for lunch. It never does. If you don’t share that dry sandwich, and unfulfilling old piece of fruit with your keyboard, it’s going to be alright. In fact, it probably needs a break and so do you, enter: Geocaching. School is back in session, the weather is still begging you to get outside and geocache. Much like the recess bell, lunchtime at the office is a much anticipated moment of our day. However, all too often it gets pushed [...]

Night Caching: It’s not just for Vampires anymore

Lurking in the shadows of night is a different kind of geocache.   Sounds spooky, right? Don’t worry, it’s just a friendly Night Cache. These geocaches are the same geocaches you know and love—except they can only be found at night. Some Night Caches use reflectors, while others use glow-in-the-dark ink and require a UV flashlight. For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, the shorter days of winter are a perfect time to learn all about geocaching at night. There also happen to be several Mega-Events around the world, like this upcoming event in Sweden, that are dedicated to Night Caching. See [...]


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