“The Geocaching Year in Review” A Geocaching.com Lost & Found Video

2010 goes into the record books as a banner year for geocaching. The treasure hunting activity turned 10 years old. Geocaching is now  enjoyed by over five million people around the world and there are more than 1.2 million geocaches listed on Geocaching.com.

But it’s not all about the numbers. There were geocaching adventures shared by friends and precious memories created on the geo-trail with family. Watch “The Geocaching Year in Review” to see what made 2010 a memorable for geocachers around the world and what milestones were reached by Geocaching.com. Groundspeak CEO/President/Co-Founder Jeremy Irish guides you through 2010 and shares a little but about what’s ahead for geocaching in 2011.

2010: A year of personal bests

Explore more than 30 Geocaching.com Lost & Found videos in our gallery.  Share a video on “Basics of Hiding a Geocache,” watch a Travel Bug® move from cache to cache around the world and visit the highest and lowest geocaches in existence.

  • buzzy_cacher

    Thanks for an awesome 10 Years, Groundspeak!

  • Squidfamily

    I’m so glad to hear that there’s going to be another gret event next year! I missed the one this year on 10-10-10 but my sister just moved to Lynwood and has discovered Fremont (and the Lenin statue and the Troll there!) and I’d love to go up and visit her and Geocaching.com! Thanks so much for the fun; we love it! –Squidfamily4326 in San Diego, CA

  • I just discovered geocaching. Haven’t found a durn thing yet, but got a new Magellan GPS for christmas. Can’t wait for the weekend to hurry up & get here so I can find the one that’s at the end of my road! 😉 (and beyond, of course…)

  • Ddones_3

    get a life.