Celebrate the 10th birthday for a geocache type that often takes you tens of millions of years into the Earth’s past. For a decade, EarthCaches have delivered adventurers to the tops of mountains, to strange and unusual rock formations and into the the steaming, bubbling processes that created the Earth—all without a geocache container. Instead, geocachers must use their geological detective skills to uncover the answers to specific questions about the location.
EarthCaching in 6 Bullet Points:
- 16,600 active EarthCaches worldwide (there’s probably one near you)
- The first EarthCache was published on January 10, 2004
- Partnership with the Geological Society of America
- Found more often and receive more favorite points than average geocaches
- There are more than 100 events worldwide celebrating EarthCaching’s 10 years
- Join the celebration! Watch this video for an EarthCaching experience, then go out and find one of your own.