CITO 2019 Season 1

CITO 2019 Season 1, Halftime Show

CITO 2019 Season 1
CITO 2019 Season 1

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!

Check out some inspiring CITO 2019 events from around the world: Continue reading →

Ten off-the-beaten-path ways to CITO

Ten off-the-beaten-path ways to CITO

All good cachers go geocaching, but what do great cachers do?

Cachers Improve The Outdoors!

Cache In Trash Out® (CITO) is an environmental initiative supported by the geocaching community. Since 2002, CITO has helped preserve the natural beauty of cache-friendly spaces. In that time, more than 363,000 people have volunteered at over 18,000 events.

CITO Events often involve litter clean-up, trail building, tree planting, invasive species removal, and more. Perhaps you’ve attended CITOs in the past and are ready to host your own, or maybe as a regular CITO host you’re ready to change things up.

Today we highlight off-the-beaten-path ways to step up your CITO.

Geocaching in Malaysia

Confirmed Geocaching souvenir moments for 2019

Geocaching in New Zealand
Geocaching in New Zealand

“A goal without a plan is just a wish.”
— Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Many geocachers love to explore the world, plan ahead, and achieve caching goals. One of the more common questions we get asked is “When is [insert recurring geocaching moment] this year?” This year, we’re letting people know the dates for annual events, well ahead of time. So cachers, this may be the year that you finally decide to attend an Event Cache or even, *GASP!* host your own!

Additionally, we will run several promotions in the coming year (similar to Planetary Pursuit and Hidden Creatures) that we’re not quite ready to announce yet. Make sure to follow the Geocaching blog, Facebook, Twitter, and newsletter (sign up here) for more information as we roll out those geo-moments.

The confirmed souvenir moments for 2019 are: Continue reading →