Trackables are common in the geocaching world, but it’s not every day that you come across a trackable with a story as remarkable as Megan’s Geo-Diary, TB14KFJ. When Meggie-Mae was in second grade, her mom, Cache-n-Kerry, and step-dad, Hockeyhick, helped her release her first Travel Bug®. Little did she know, this trackable was destined for an adventure like no other!
You shared, and we listened!
We received a library’s-worth of submissions for 2024’s first cache hiding theme. We asked you to share your favorite book and library-themed caches for January, and you showed up with some “novel” hides!
Though we’d love to share all the submissions, we’d end up with an entire book instead of a blog post, and our editors said the world wasn’t ready for that yet. So instead, we picked a few of our favorites!
Leap Day only comes around once every four years.
For this reason, February 29 is a frenzy of activity for geocachers as they fill in their calendar grids, host Events, and generally try to fit four years’ worth of geocaching into just one day.
In the spirit of making up for lost time, we’re celebrating 2024’s extra day with an extra special souvenir! Continue reading →
2024 is shaping up to be a great year for Mega-Events. The geocaching community has planned multiple Mega-Events around the world! You can see all the Events in HQ’s List of Upcoming Mega- and Giga-Events (and Block Parties for 2025!). Below we’re listing just a few of the reasons why attending a Mega-Event is a great recipe for geocaching fun. Continue reading →
Discover the natural beauty of British Columbia in Canada and awe-inspiring achievements of engineering as we explore The Kootenay River Dams and Power Stations. This Adventure takes explorers to five different dams and power stations between Nelson and Castlegar, British Columbia. Whether you’re interested in seeing beautiful sights or learning more about how flowing water provides power to millions of homes, this Adventure does not disappoint. Continue reading →