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Northwest Classics (pre-2010) (shared, public)

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Before 2010, when a visiting (or new) cacher asked, "Which caches in the Seattle area should I do" or "What are the best day trips," these were the caches most often mentioned. Some were considered rites of passage for local cachers.

Then Favorites came along, even cooler caches came out, and this list became obsolete. But now the caches are oldies! And amazingly, only two of the caches have been archived.

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X   GC Code Cache Name  

GCK25B Groundspeak HQ * Groundspeak Headquarters
  Fremont area of Seattle. Ya gotta visit the mothership! Make an appointment in advance via hqvisits@geocaching.com. Visits are available Tuesday through Friday, from 2–3pm. For the ultimate HQ experience, schedule your visit for Friday.
 

GCGV0P Traditional Cache * ORIGINAL STASH TRIBUTE PLAQUE
  Oregon, SE of Portland. Commemorating the location of the first-ever geocache.  

GC62C8 Virtual Cache ** Kerry Viewpoint Park
  Seattle (Queen Anne). Overlook with a stunning view of the Seattle skyline, with Mount Rainier as backdrop (if you're lucky).  

GCM2C9 Multi-cache ** Kubota Garden
  Seattle (Rainier Valley). Excellent multi that takes you through a large, lovely Japanese Garden.  

GC1A2TN Multi-cache ** Olympic Sculpture Park Walk
  Seattle (downtown). This is a great multi in Olympic Sculpture Park, a superb marriage of art and environment that's well worth the stroll along the waterfront.  

GCQY53 Multi-cache ** Something NICE on Queen Anne
  Seattle (Queen Anne). Excellent multi with clever waypoints that takes you around the scenic/historic Queen Anne neighborhood.  

GCP9G9 Traditional Cache ** Totally Tubular III
  Seattle (Zoo). The best-loved of Dayspring's superb Totally Tubular series of caches.  

GCB67 Traditional Cache Above the Clouds
  Mount St. Helens. Geocache is along the climb to the rim; a strenuous hike, but worth it to peer into a live volcano and enjoy the amazing views.  

GC1575A Earthcache Big Four Ice Caves
  North Cascades (Hwy 530, Mountain Loop Hwy). The Ice Caves are a unique and popular hike, and this EarthCache showcases their significance.  

GCGMYK Traditional Cache cache landing at tullis canyon
  Olympic Mountains, south of Sequim. Wreckage of a B-17 scattered across a picturesque high mountain valley, at the end of an enjoyable hike along the Tubal Cain Mine trail.  

GC994 Traditional Cache Check the Mail!
  North Bend (Cascades, I-90 east of Seattle). The infamous Mailbox Peak climb, complete with mailbox at the top (if you make it).  

GCGVHM Traditional Cache China Wall
  North Central WA, near Okanogan. Impressive series of massive stone walls, built for a silver-processing mill that never panned out. Yellow Alligator said it reminded her of "the pyramids of the Yucatan - a mysterious fortress hidden in the forest."  

GCGG27 Traditional Cache Cool Place
  East of Eugene, OR. The Oregon Hell Hole - an amazing, deep rift in the earth's crust.  

GCDE6A Traditional Cache Covered Bridges of Wahkiakum County
  Olympic Peninsula (SW). Still-active covered bridge, the only one left in Washington.  

GC13DC Traditional Cache Ebey Bluffs
  Whidbey Island (north of Seattle). The most famous scenic cache in the Puget Sound area. A 3.5-mile round trip up the bluffs and down the beach nets this gem, plus two other caches. Whidbey is a wonderful day trip; drive on (or off) the island at Deception Pass (another scenic wonder) and take the Mukilteo ferry at the other end. And don't miss lunch at the Mad Crab in Coupeville!  

GCP4N7 Traditional Cache Elk Meadows Cache
  Central WA, Trout Lake area. Outstanding views of Mt Adams across a stream and meadows.  

GCKV9Y Traditional Cache Frenchman Coulee Rib
  Central WA, off I-90 near the Columbia Gorge. Possibly the best (and most scenic) of Bruce Bjornstad's excellent series of Ice Age Flood caches.  

GCD Traditional Cache Geocache
  Snoqualmie Pass area (Cascades, I-90 east of Seattle, exit 54). The oldest active cache in Washington state and one of the oldest in the world, placed 6/21/2000. A healthy hike, but worth it.  

GC1FZPH Traditional Cache Giants in the Earth
  Central WA, off I-90 near Vantage. Huge windmill farm, fascinating visitor center, good views, and a cache - what more is there? Well, visit at the right time and you can get a guided tour of the turbines!  

GC1221 Multi-cache Half Moon Cache
  Olympic Peninsula (SW, near Raymond). One of the most unexpected sites you'll ever encounter on a walk in the woods. Popular milestone cache.  
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