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Get the First Look at the High-Five for the Earth Souvenir!

Here is a sneak peek at the next #geocaching15 souvenir from your Geocaching Co-Pilot: To earn this souvenir, attend a CITO Event or log an EarthCache before September 2. Find CITO Events and EarthCaches near you.

The Quest for the Oldest Unfound Geocache in Washington

Watch a Geocaching HQ’er Take On a 5/5 FTF Challenge About 4 hours from Geocaching HQ in Seattle, sitting atop Liberty Bell Mountain is Tensegrity on Liberty (GC1G5BY), the oldest unfound geocache in Washington State. The reason it remains unfound? It’s a Difficulty 5, Terrain 5 geocache that requires a long hike, a scramble and 400 feet of fifth-class technical climbing. In our new video, Geocaching HQ’er Derek, along with a muggle friend, attempts to be the FTF and earn the new Geocaching Road Trip ‘15 Let’s Get Extreme souvenir. You’ll probably recognize him from some of our other videos, […]

Your Sneak Peek at Geocaching Block Party 2015

Get ready: Geocaching Block Party 2015 is right around the corner. Over the next few weeks, we’ll give you a small taste of the awesomeness you can expect when you’re here in Seattle, Washington. And never fear! You still have time to log your Will Attend.           Learn more about Geocaching Block Party.

Sneak Peek: Let’s Get Extreme

Rev Your Engines: Let’s Get Extreme Are you ready to push yourself to the limits? To earn this next Geocaching Road Trip ’15 souvenir, you’ll need to find a D5 or T5 geocache by September 2. And of course, here’s your sneak peek at the glory that awaits you: So what’s it going to be? Find T5 geocaches or D5 geocaches. 

Through Twist of Geocaching Fate, #PSNoBoundaries Photo Contest Brings International Space Station Travel Bug to Geocaching Block Party

Earlier this year, the National Council for Exams of Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) kicked off the Surveyor Trackable and #PSNoBoundaries Geocaching Contest. Geocachers were challenged to explore benchmarking by taking a selfie with a NCEES trackable at a NGS marker. The winning photographer would receive a trip for two to the 2015 Geocaching Block Party in Seattle. As a twist of geocaching fate would have it, the winning photographer was Lieutenant Bob Cizaukas (Username: cizzors). Bob happens to be the geocacher who made Geocaching in Space possible. In 2013, 11 trackables hitched a ride to the International Space Station with […]


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