As this year draws to a close, we’re looking back on the past year and all that happened in the wonderful world of geocaching. Last December, we shared an interview with the geocaching couple behind the blog and Instagram profile freeda_reist. We checked in on them again to talk about their geocaching adventures of 2020 and their plans for 2021. Although this was a challenging year, Nadine and Rikkert still made the most of it.Continue reading →
Vor dem Start in ein neues Jahr werfen wir einen Blick zurück auf das vergangene Jahr. Letzten Dezember haben wir ein Interview mit dem cachenden Blogger-Paar, das hinter dem Blog und Instagram-Profil freeda reist steht, gemacht. Wir haben uns wieder bei ihnen gemeldet und über ihre Geocaching-Abenteuer von 2020 und die Pläne für 2021 geredet. Obwohl dieses Jahr natürlich kompliziert war, haben die Beiden das Beste daraus gemacht und auch tolle Geocaching-Pläne für die Zukunft gefasst.Continue reading →
It’s that time of year when the weather gets chillier in the Northern Hemisphere and hotter in the Southern, when radio stations are bombarded with the tinkle of jingle bells, and many geocachers are hoping for special TOTTs, trackables, and geo-gear to arrive in their stocking. That’s right — the holiday season is upon us!
For anyone looking for a special geocaching gift, we have all of your needs covered in our geocaching holiday gift guide. Below is a list of items that are sure to bring a smile to any geocacher who receives them. All of the items are available on Shop Geocaching for geocachers in the U.S. and Canada and many of the items are available from our international retailers.
Just like this hard-boiled detective, geocachers know that their hobby is one where stealth is required. How do you stay undercover when geocaching in places with lots of muggles?
We want to see it in action!
One of the many reasons geocachers love their game, is the amazing destinations it brings them to. Searching for a find can lead cachers to dazzling natural vistas, intriguing parks, or iconic historic locations.
But any geocacher who has played the game for a while knows of an even more magical experience: a cache bringing them to a breathtaking location that isn’t marked on the map, that seemingly no one else knows about. Often these types of places are modern ruins which have been forgotten by the local community, but are fascinating to explore and possess an enchanting air of mystery. Our Geocache of the Week, The Ladder (GC1ZKA), fits right into this special category.