Geocaching.com Caption Contest 31 – Win a Barely Coveted Prize

WINNING CAPTION: I pass here every day, but I never noticed this spot. - Irisvo

Geocaching can often be journey that involves extreme persistence and potentially a few dozen layers of clothing. The cache you see pictured above is one of the northern most geocaches in the world. It’s located where winter reigns most of the year.

Share your gift for clever captions in the 30th installment of our Geocaching.com Caption Contest. What caption would you write for the picture above? “The geocacher was disappointed to find the only swag in the cache was an ice maker.” The winning caption earns you a barely coveted prize.

A coveted, "barely coveted prize"

Submit your caption by clicking on “Comments” below. Please include your geocaching username in all entries. Then, explore the captions other geocachers have posted.

You’re encouraged to try to ‘influence’ the voting process (*nudge*nudge*). “Like” the caption that you think should win. If you think your caption should win, convince your fellow geocachers, your friends, and family to “like” your caption. Lackeys vote from the top finalists to decide the winner of the contest.

The winner receives this coveted, ‘barely coveted prize’ you see to the left. It’s a rare unicorn-rainbow Trackable.

Click on the image to see the winning caption from this contest

More than a twenty Lackeys voted to award the winner of the 30th Geocaching.com Caption Contest a barely coveted prize. Click on the image at right to discover the winning caption from the last Geocaching.com Caption Contest.

Explore all the past winning captions by checking out all the Geocaching.com Caption Contests. If you have suggestions for Geocaching.com Caption Contest photos, send a message and the image to pr@groundspeak.com.


  1. Where’s the enemy – I know they’re around here somewhere…I found their cache hide? I’m sure they’ll be back to check on it, so I’ll hide behind this rock – they’ll never know what hit them!

  2. After finding the cache fully exposed next to the rock, the cacher covered it up better so no muggles would stumble upon it.

  3. New to geocaching, Kurt was incredulous to find if he was going to take the extreme weather survival kit from the cache, he would have to leave something of equal value behind.

  4. Allen couldn’t figure out why no one showed up for his Arctic LARPing Event, he even brought a dessert to share…

  5. Geocaching being used to teach GPS receiver usage to the Canadian Military on our far North Borders…..  After getting lost, this member stopped for a breather and a hot cup of hot chocolate beside the rock and actually sat on the cache container.


  6. Many people think that Ernest Shakleton set out to be the first person to cross the continent of Antarctica from sea to sea, via the pole, but they are wrong. He simply wanted to go GEOCACHING!

  7. Items needed to find this cache are mittens, milk lug to make snow blocks, white boots to hide your feet and a large club to ward off Polar Bears.
    ~Capt’n Hinde’Sight

  8. 17 TBs & 7 Geocoins listed on in the inventory for this cache & wouldn’t you know it every one of them are gone!

  9. Maintenance needed…not on the cache, but on my mental health for the insanity of hunting tupperware to the ends of the earth!


  10. Neither snow nor rain nor cold nor gloom of night stays these geocachers from the swift completion of being FIRST TO FIND

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