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The Revenant Movie Trackable Prop The Revenant Movie Trackable

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Owner:
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Released:
Monday, November 16, 2015
Origin:
Alabama, United States
Recently Spotted:
In the hands of Tomboy1.

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Following in the footsteps of Hugh Glass, the goal of the promotion is for the Geocaching community to find “The Revenant Movie Trackable” prop packages and take them to some place incredible. We’re excited to see The Revenant props travel to extreme locations, face the unknown and survive the harsh winter wilderness. Join the hunt and discover lost treasures from The Revenant

About This Item

Inspired by true events, The Revenant is an immersive and visceral cinematic experience capturing one man’s epic adventure of survival and the extraordinary power of the human spirit. In an expedition of the uncharted American wilderness, legendary explorer Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) is brutally attacked by a bear and left for dead by members of his own hunting team. In a quest to survive, Glass endures unimaginable grief as well as the betrayal of his confidant John Fitzgerald (Tom Hardy). Guided by sheer will and the love of his family, Glass must navigate a vicious winter in a relentless pursuit to live and find redemption. The Revenant is directed and co-written by renowned filmmaker, Academy Award winner Alejandro G. Iñárritu (Birdman, Babel).

This winter, in association with Geocaching HQ, Twentieth Century Fox Filmed Entertainment has hidden a series of artifacts from The Revenant movie in select cities across The United States, Mexico, Europe and Australia. Twenty “The Revenant Movie Trackable” prop packages have been hidden for the Geocaching community to find and discover lost treasures from the film. As the movie props travel from location to location, Geocachers are encouraged to log their find and place it in a new geocache to continue the movie prop’s journey. Geocachers are also encouraged to share their find via social media by posting a photo of their find using #TheRevenant

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    Tracking History (29489.3mi) View Map

    Visited 3/24/2019 Tomboy1 took it to Trollzähne Baden-Württemberg, Germany - .88 miles  Visit Log
    Visited 3/24/2019 Tomboy1 took it to Indiana Bohnes #1 Baden-Württemberg, Germany - 16.76 miles  Visit Log
    Discovered It 3/24/2019 Dunja2006 discovered it   Visit Log

    Danke fürs Zeigen!

    Visited 3/21/2019 Tomboy1 took it to MoCache Schnait Baden-Württemberg, Germany - 2.44 miles  Visit Log
    Visited 3/21/2019 Tomboy1 took it to Alien Mushrooms Baden-Württemberg, Germany - 1.26 miles  Visit Log
    Visited 3/21/2019 Tomboy1 took it to #24 Esslinger Adventskalender 2018 Baden-Württemberg, Germany - .52 miles  Visit Log
    Visited 3/21/2019 Tomboy1 took it to HERRSCHAFTszeiten Baden-Württemberg, Germany - 2.04 miles  Visit Log
    Visited 3/21/2019 Tomboy1 took it to Old Creek - Lost Wegle Baden-Württemberg, Germany - 1.54 miles  Visit Log
    Visited 3/21/2019 Tomboy1 took it to Zeitvertreib #3 - kreuzweise Baden-Württemberg, Germany - 27.51 miles  Visit Log
    Discovered It 3/17/2019 Hangwachtel discovered it   Visit Log

    Vor einer Weile kam per Messenger eine Botschaft von Hamschterle rein geflattert, dass hier heute ein CITO stattfindet. Also fragte ich KRMonja, ob sie nicht Interesse hätte vielleicht mitzukommen. Und sie sagte auch prompt zu. Von vorneherein planten wir noch entweder einen von zwei Mulzu machen oder eine vorher gelöste Mysterie Runde.
    Am CITO angekommen regelte KRMonja erst mal alles im Feuerwehrgebäude und ich wartete mit Kind und Kinderwagen draußen.
    Resultat: wir sammeln zu viert (wenn man Hund und Kind mitzählt zu sechst) und müssen erst noch ein Stückchen fahren ins Nachbarort.
    Dort war aber zum Glück einer aus unserer Gruppe zuhause und konnte uns unterwegs gleich einen Tradi anzeigen. Zum Bergen war die mitgebrachte Eca auch ganz nützlich. Am Ende des CITO bestaunte meinen kleiner Sohn noch die Feuerwehrautos und wir machten mal ein Photo von den vielen TB's.
    Danach ging es zu Jake und seinen Nimmerlandpiraten. Obwohl es zwischendurch echt sehr matschig war und dadurch das Kinderwagen den Berg hochschieben echt schwer war (mir sind es ständig die Füße weggerutscht), haben wir am Ende den Schatz geborgen. Allerdings mussten wir etwas schummeln, da wir beim besten Willen das Schloss nicht aufbekommen haben.

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