Forest Moon of Endor — Geocache of the Week

Traditional
GC87G3K
by SMuddT
Difficulty:
2
Terrain:
2.5
Location:
Washington, United States
N 47° 31.238′ W 122° 08.274′

May the Fourth be with you! It’s time to celebrate everyone’s favorite space-opera epic and, with so many world-class geocaches paying homage to the franchise, we can’t think of a better way than to showcase one. Grab your lightsaber and hop in your X-Wing; we’re headed to GC87G3K, Forest Moon of Endor!

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3 caches to make you lose yourself in labyrinths

Though geocachers around the world have only been navigating their way through Signal’s Labyrinth since early April, they’re certainly not newbies when it comes to labyrinths and mazes. These types of puzzles are often features of geocaches, especially Mystery Caches. If you’ve been geocaching for a while, there’s a good chance that you’ve come across a cache with a labyrinth theme, a pinball-style maze, or some other crafty puzzle that tests your wits before you can sign the logbook. Today we’re celebrating geocachers’ passion for puzzles with three different labyrinth-themed caches. Continue reading →

Lands End — Geocache of the Week

EarthCache
GC319DN
by ZerØ
Difficulty:
1.5
Terrain:
5
Location:
Baja California Sur, Mexico
N 22° 52.613′ W 109° 53.605′

Much like the natural landmarks that make up our Earth, geocaches can tell us a lot about the world around us. Geocaching not only leads you on exciting adventures, but it can also teach you something new about Mother Nature and just how mighty it is. Join us as we travel to the tip of the Baja California peninsula to learn about erosion at the famous Arch of Cabo San Lucas for this week’s Geocache of the Week, Lands End (GC319DN). Continue reading →