Geocache of the Week: The Ladder (GC1Z1KA)

Traditional Cache
GC1Z1KA
by stanislavz
Difficulty:
1.5
Terrain:
2.5
Location:
Bulgaria
N 43° 13.048 E 024° 58.398

One of the many reasons geocachers love their game, is the amazing destinations it brings them to. Searching for a find can lead cachers to dazzling natural vistas, intriguing parks, or iconic historic locations.

But any geocacher who has played the game for a while knows of an even more magical experience: a cache bringing them to a breathtaking location that isn’t marked on the map, that seemingly no one else knows about. Often these types of places are modern ruins which have been forgotten by the local community, but are fascinating to explore and possess an enchanting air of mystery. Our Geocache of the Week, The Ladder (GC1ZKA), fits right into this special category.

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Geocache of the Week: Minions House (GC63FB8)

Traditional Cache
GC63FB8
by MADcreations
Difficulty:
2
Terrain:
1.5
Location:
Arquipélago da Madeira, Portugal
N 32° 39.889 W 016° 56.153

People love geocaching for many different reasons. Some are drawn to it because of their love of discovery and solving puzzles, others by the warm geocaching community, and some love geocaching because of the creativity on display in unique hides. This week’s Geocache of the Week, Minions House (GC63FB8), is a dream come true for all geocachers who fall into that last category.

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Geocache of the Week: Secret Call (GC7CDZ9)

Multi-Cache
GC7CDZ9
by danielk1bg
Difficulty:
1.5
Terrain:
1.5
Location:
Dublin, Ireland
N 53° 20.156 W 006° 15.436

Have you ever gone on a cache outing and felt like a secret agent? Using GPS technology and geo-senses to locate hidden items and blending in with your surroundings to avoid detection by muggles gives a certain undercover edge to our game. This week’s Geocache of the Week, Secret Call (GC7CDZ9) leans into that idea and takes it to a whole new level. For this hide, cachers will need to step into the role of a clever covert operative as they work to get the final coordinates for the two-stage Multi-Cache. 

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