What’s better than a magic atmosphere, a cozy cup of coffee, and a geocache? Travel to Felicjanek Street to find all this and more with our Geocache of the Week, GC22VTD.
Full steam ahead to an adventure!
There are many hobbies out there that go hand in hand with geocaching. Did you know that model trains are one of them? With our Geocache of the Week, Jan’s modelspoor (GC9NJ3Y), you can ride the rails and add a new geocache to your ‘Found it’ list, all in one go!
What’s a T5 without a struggle, right?
Not all caches are puzzles hidden in plain sight. For some caches, the challenge is the journey itself. This Geocache of the Week is an example of just how far some geocachers are willing to go!
In September, three intrepid cachers set out to claim a First To Find on a lonely cache in the Canadian wilderness. But this wasn’t just any old geocache! They Would Have Loved It (GCGGGV) waited more than 20 years to be found and sets the record for the oldest unfound geocache in the world.
Do you have what it takes to become a Schaukelmeister (swing master)? Embark on the journey to find this Geocache of the Week, Der Schaukelmeister-Bonus-Multi (GC5R4Z4), to find out! Only the bravest and most adventurous geocachers will accomplish the many tasks required to find this thrilling bonus cache.
- Northern Scotland, United Kingdom
- N 59° 08.194′ W 003° 20.394′
Geocaches are all around us, even at the very edge of the world. Take a trip to Northern Scotland to find this coastal Geocache of the Week, Brough of Birsay Lighthouse (GC54N3V).