As a geocaching country on the rise, Poland is now home to 45,000+ geocache adventures, many geoart masterpieces, and a warm and welcoming community. The majority of geocaches in Poland are Traditionals, but the first cache that was placed in this country was a Virtual. To truly understand the inner workings of geocaching in Poland, you’ll have to take a walk in the shoes of a local cacher. Here are five fun caches, all hidden by locals, that’ll inspire you to start planning a trip to experience it firsthand.
It’s always wildfire season somewhere in the U.S., and Smokey Bear is counting on you and your families to be part of the solution by using fire responsibly to reduce human-caused wildfires.
All good cachers go geocaching, what do great cachers do?
The current count for Cache In Trash Out® 2019 Season 1 events is around 1,350. That’s a 24% increase over last year, and we’re only half of the way through the season. Woohoo! Additionally, the hashtag #trashtag has been trending on social media, piling onto the Earth-lovin’ frenzy. Double Woohoo!
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- Vatican City State
- N 41° 54.148′ E 012° 27.197′
Vatican City is the smallest country in the world. With only 100 acres of land, this tiny monarchy’s influence has been huge—the Pope and the Catholic Church once ruled Europe.
This influence is reflected today in the over 900 ornate churches which remain. If you visit Rome, we recommend visiting these churches to help you solve the architectural mystery of this Geocache of the Week: Eyes Up.
Geocaching can teach us a lot about life: always stay curious, determined, and humble (looking at you DNF’s). But there are more ways we can take themes from our favorite hobby and apply them to the “real world.” Here are three ways to take geocaching into your everyday habits.