Four tips for hiding quality geocaches

In 18 years, geocaching has grown from a single container in the woods of Oregon to a global game with over 3 million active participants annually and more than 3 million geocaches. In the last year, Geocaching HQ Volunteer Reviewers published nearly 8,085 caches per week. Wow; thanks, Reviewers!

This growth means that almost anywhere in the world, you can find a geocache nearby. But it also means that geocache saturation is increasing. In some areas, it is becoming difficult to find a location to place a cache.

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5 easy conversation starters for geocaching events

Starting a conversation with someone you don’t know can be scary, but it doesn’t have to be. Just remember, most people at geocaching events are expecting to meet new people! In case you need a little more encouragement to strike up conversation, here are a few tips you can try out at the next geocaching event that will spark some interesting and enjoyable conversations!

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