“A Record Breaking 10-10-10” A Geocaching.com Lost & Found Video

Watch this video to see geocachers from around the world united on 10-10-10 for a record-breaking day.  More geocaching accounts logged caches on 10-10-10 than any other day in geocaching history.  The previous record of 56,654, set on April 18, 2010, was shattered by more than 15,000.  Geocachers recorded video of their adventures and posted the videos on the official Geocaching.com Facebook page.  Join them and Lackeys as they celebrate ten years of geocaching and ten years of Groundspeak on 10-10-10 by getting outside, geocaching and breaking a record.

The official final count for accounts logging a cache on 10-10-10 is 78,313.

Geocaching on 10-10-10

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  • KaChingMe

    AWESOME!!! Glad I was a part of it!

  • Thathanka

    It was announced little too late. :/

  • Hamalyc

    Let’s make it even bigger at 11.11.11 @11.11 🙂

  • Azwanderingbear

    Anyone else having problem loading photos? Wanted to load some of my 10-10-10 adventure, but can’t get it work.

  • Erinmillie

    me too! thought it was the size of my photo but glad it’s the site…

  • Load your pics and video to the Geocaching.com Facebook page – http://www.facebook.com/pages/Geocachingcom/45625464679#!/pages/Geocachingcom/45625464679

  • Monterey Company

    Wow, wow, wow!!! Huge numbers!

  • SouthTexas

    11,11,11 next year lets get the number even bigger. Glad to be apart of it.

  • Joshism

    What was the significance of April 18, 2010? I thought the previous record had been set on May 1, 2010 thanks to the ’10 Years’ events happening worldwide?

  • Anonymous

    Is there a way to figure out the approximate percent of active geocachers that number represents? (of course a definition of “active geocacher” would be needed, like maybe logging an average of once a month for the past few months?)

  • Nick & Ali

    11.11.11 is Armistice Day in Europe. It’s also a Friday.

    09/10/11 falls on a Sunday. Surely this date is better.

  • Anonymous

    In the U.S., it’s Veterans’ Day. 9/10/11 sounds better (and more respectful). There’s always 12/12/12! 😉

  • Toniczech

    Unfortunately in case of 09/10/11 there arises an ambiguity in date format. In some countries (like mine and yours) this would be interpreted as 9 October, but I think there are also countries where the same row of numbers means September 10.

    I like the 11/11/11 idea for it is an even greater challenge to mobilize so many geocachers on Friday and with likely suboptimal weather for most parts of northern hemisphere.

  • Cas7796

    On 10.10.10 I found 18 caches and 1 event with Puppyraiser#1. It was nice to help break a record. Cas7796

  • 101010 = 42 Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe and Everything!

    Says it all really.

  • cachehunterjones

    At least I know now, why the app on my iPhone did not work properly that day… greets

  • On 10.10.10 I found 1 cache in Poland 🙂

  • Nick & Ali

    You’re right about the ambiguity in date format. I hadn’t thought of that.

  • Quickloss

    We found several caches on 10-10-10, and logged them today. Hope they count too….rgds from Holland!

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