Entretien avec le propriétaire de Cache Boutique, une boutique française du Géocaching !

Les fêtes sont là, et nous sommes tous à la recherche du cadeau parfait pour les géocacheurs dans nos vies. Saviez-vous que la France dispose de son propre distributeur de SWAG, d’équipements, et de cadeaux pour le géocaching ?

Nous nous sommes réunis avec Gilliane Barthelemy, le propriétaire de Cache Boutique pour discuter de son magasin, et son amour du géocaching.

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Cathedral Cavern Cache — Geocache of the Week

by Hattlebags
North West England, United Kingdom
N 54° 25.006 W 003° 03.519′

Finding a geocache after a long search can feel like there’s a “light at the end of the tunnel.” This saying becomes quite literal when it comes to this week’s Geocache of the Week — Cathedral Cavern Cache, GC2CQB7.

In the Lake District of North West England lies the valley of Little Langdale which, for the past several hundred years, was mined and quarried extensively for copper and slate. One of the disused inter-linked tunnel systems, Cathedral Quarries, is now open to the public and makes for a magical cache outing.

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Wombling free – Chalking the Horse — Geocache of the Week

Cache In Trash Out Event
by The Wombles
Southern England, United Kingdom
N 51° 34.630′ W 001° 34.005′

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

Lots of cachers think of CITO as a chance to pick up trash—which it definitely is. But it’s also a chance to preserve the integrity of cache-friendly places in other ways!

Hosted by cache owner The Wombles, Wombling free – Chalking the Horse brings cachers together to restore a prehistoric chalked horse figure in Uffington. While it isn’t unusual for CITOs to be limited to one occurrence, this particular CITO recurs twice annually. This means that, if you’re in the UK, you have multiple opportunities to participate—making it a perfect candidate for our Geocache of the Week! 

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Geocaching Halloween

UnBOOlievable Geocaching Halloween Costumes

Get ready to get spooky — Halloween is coming! This year, ditch the usual broomstick and witch hat and opt for a more geo-tacular disguise. In a crowd of witches, superheroes, and princesses, you’ll definitely stand out. They’re dreadful, ghoulish, and just the right amount of strange — check out our geocaching costumes, and let us know if you create your own!

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