Moun10Bike’s top 10 geocaches

For the past 10 years, Geocaching HQ has been home to a geocaching legend. His name is Jon Stanley and he’s a member of the data team. But he’s better known as Moun10Bike in the geocaching world. As one of the world’s first-ever geocachers, Moun10Bike earned his geocaching fame by creating the first of what we now know as geocoins.

Moun10Bike has cached in nearly 20 countries and has some impressive stats to go along with his 19 years of geocaching. But we may have given him his hardest challenge yet: choose your top 10 most memorable (active) geocache finds. Without further ado, I give you Moun10Bike’s top 10 (in no particular order):

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Umweltinitiativen des Geocaching

Im Geocaching Hauptquartier sind wir der Umwelt verpflichtet und arbeiten weiterhin an der Modellierung umweltfreundlicher Praktiken und leisten einen positiven Beitrag für unsere Welt. Die beste Möglichkeit dieses Ziel zu erreichen ist es, dass die Geocaching-Community und das Hauptquartier zusammenarbeiten. Von EarthCaches und Geoawares zur Zusammenarbeit mit Umweltverbänden gibt es hier sechs Initiativen des Hauptquartiers, um beim Geocachen, Leben und Arbeiten mehr Nachhaltigkeit zu leben.

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Environmental initiatives of geocaching

At Geocaching HQ, we are committed to the environment and continue to model eco-friendly practices and positively contribute to our world. The best progress towards this goal happens when the geocaching community and HQ work together. From EarthCaches and Geoawares to partnering with environmental agencies, here are six initiatives HQ participates in to geocache, live, and work more sustainably.

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Þingvellir – The Mid-Atlantic Ridge — Geocache of the Week

by MaMiFKa
N 64° 15.325′ W 021° 07.718′

I feel the earth move under my feet                                                                                           I feel the sky tumbling down

Though the sky tumbling down almost certainly spells impending doom, if you feel the earth move under your feet while geocaching, it might simply be a sign that you’re at ground zero for Þingvellir – The Mid-Atlantic Ridge, an EarthCache in Iceland, and our Geocache of the Week.

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