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Dönerstag 2017 - Meet & Greet Geotrip17 Team

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Hidden : Thursday, April 13, 2017
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Here you can meet Geotrip17 team who will travel through Europe searching caches from 15 countries in one day at 15.4.2017. Let's meet at Heval for a late lunch. Address is Arkkitehdinkatu 9 - 11, 33720 Tampere.

Event starts at 13:30 and ends at 14:00.

What is the Geotrip17?

Geotrip’17 is a geocaching road trip where four guys (Harjus, Rimaju, Weellu and Wesbridge) from Finland are trying to find a geocache in 15 different countries in just 24 hours. This mentioned amount actually touches the current unofficial world record from year 2011.

Four geofellows will embark on this trip on 15th of April 00:00 on Central European Time (CET) and they should have found the last cache before 23:59 on that same day. The start will take place in the Netherlands and finish line is in Poland. We will post the exact route on this site before the trip. The route length is approximately 2000 kilometers.


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