Randers GeoTour of Denmark (GT81)

Randers is Denmark’s sixth largest city and offers all the amenities of a modern city without losing the connection to its past. Its proximity to nature allows for an active holiday with biking, hiking, or kayaking in the beautiful surroundings. Where else in Scandinavia will you find a tropical zoo akin to a jungle with over 200 species of animals living freely under three geodesic domes representing South America, Africa, and Asia? Or find a replica of Elvis’ home Graceland where you can learn about his life, music and see the world’s 10th largest collection of his belongings?

GC738E7 – Udbyhøj Lystbådehavn, Udbyhøj Yacht Harbour feeds into the mouth of Randers Fjord.

What else can be found in Randers? Denmark’s only GeoTour, GeoTour Randers (GT81), which is as diverse as the city that hosts it. So, grab your passport (for travel and geocache logging purposes) as you discover the 67 caches on this GeoTour!

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Local Landmarks #1: The little Mermaid (Havfruen)—Geocache of the Week

Traditional
GCR5F6
by Elmbaek
Difficulty:
1.5
Terrain:
1.5
Location:
Copenhagen, Denmark
N 55° 41.489′ E 012° 35.937′

Thirteen legendary Hidden Creatures have been recently spotted around the world. It’s been said they only appear in their respective habitats. Reports are pouring in from Copenhagen, Denmark, when one of the friendliest Hidden Creatures, the mermaid, breached the water’s surface to say hello near a famous landmark in her image.

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Two Oceans — Geocache of the Week

EarthCache
GC1BJ4E
by vels
Difficulty:
1
Terrain:
2
Location:
Denmark
N 57° 44.696′ E 010° 39.228′

Another year has gone by, and our planet has done another rotation around the sun. Thus it’s only fitting that the final Geocache of the Week of 2017 is an EarthCache where two things come together.

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