2017 has been a fun year for geocaching: we celebrated 3 Million Active Geocaches, went geocaching around the globe with Where’s Signal the FrogⓇ, and found pirate booty with The Lost Treasure of Mary Hyde. But it’s time to start looking ahead.
We asked geocachers to share why they geocache. Their answers reminded everyone here at Geocaching HQ why we’re more excited than ever to support this game. We hope they inspire you too!
The smell of popcorn in the air, gnomes dancing everywhere… it can only mean one thing: It’s time for the 2017 Geocaching International Film Festival!
There are many good reasons to make use of the Message Center, because there is so much to talk about when it comes to geocaching:
We know that geocaching is better when players communicate with each other so we wanted to make that easier. The challenge, after all, should be in the adventure and not in the tools you use. That’s why we took some time to update and improve the Message Center.
As Halloween creeps closer, so do the creepy geocaches. Well not literally, we hope! We’re sharing 10 spooky caches from around the world (in no particular order) and hope it inspires you to find the creepiest geocache in your area this week!
Now, get ready to be freaked out by 10 spooky geocaches below: