Nargö — Geocache of the Week

Multi-Cache
GC2FMR0
by airavs,Lodzis, reperio_LV, bizenajs
Difficulty:
5
Terrain:
5
Location:
Naissaar, Estonia
N 59° 33.454′ E 024° 33.215′

Nargö, a D5/T5 Multi-Cache is at least a full-day’s adventure of Naissaar, one of Estonia’s largest islands. Covered in protected coniferous forest, Naissaar has a surprisingly long history of military activity, which can be seen in the cemeteries of British sailors from the Crimean War, Soviet bunkers, and deep-sea mine anchors.
If you are brave enough to choose this journey — add a flashlight, some adventurous friends, and your survival skills to the packing list.

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Geocaching wird “Officially Amazing” – Guinness Weltrekord Versuch

 

Wir wissen dass es ganz viele großartige Geocacher dort draußen gibt! Manche suchen nach lange verlorenen Geocaches, andere besuchen 15 Länder in 24 Stunden und jetzt hat sich eine Gruppe deutscher Mega Event Veranstalter entschlossen einen offiziellen Guinness Weltrekord aufzustellen! Bei dem Weltrekordversuch wird während dem Maije im Saarland Mega Event in Deutschland das größte Gästebuch der Welt erstellt! Wir haben die Chance genutzt und ein Interview mit dem Orgateam geführt:

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We interviewed the Mega-Event hosts who are about to attempt a Guinness World Record

There are a lot of awesome geocachers out there. Some look for long lost geocaches, others go for 15 countries within 24 hours, and now a group of German mega event organizers are attempting an official Guinness World Record. There will be an attempt to create the world’s largest guestbook at the Maije im Saarland Mega Event in Germany this year. We’ve taken the opportunity to  interview the event organizers.

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Pão de Açúcar — Geocache of the Week

EarthCache
GC4KZEY
by EarthCacheSeeker
Difficulty:
1
Terrain:
3
Location:
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
S 22° 57.060′ W 043° 09.820′

If something is gneiss, don’t take it for granite.

560 million years ago, Pão de Açúcar (Sugarloaf in English)  busted through Earth’s crust, protruding out of the Atlantic ocean to a monolithic height of 1,299 feet (396 meters) above sea level. Its location and prominence provided a natural landmark that lent way to the creation of Rio de Janeiro in 1565, serving as a tactical defense point in Guanabara Bay.

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