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  • Learning Everything You Need to Know About Geocaching

    Geocaching is a scavenger hunt game where millions of people worldwide hide objects and others set out to find them. While the treasures are often small and worthless, the goal is to get outside and discover new things while taking part in a healthy and...
    By Shawn S. Lealos September 27, 2011 

  • Hide Your Cache in a Unique, Fun Container

    Setting up a geocache stash? Do you want to make finding it a real challenge? Pick one of the fun, creative geocache containers listed in this guide to add your personal touch to the cache and even hide it in plain sight.
    By Tricia Goss September 27, 2011 

  • Geocaching Accessories: An Image Gallery of Awesomeness

    Geocaching is the modern day version of treasure hunting. It involves a combination of technology, good instincts and savvy navigational skills. This image gallery is an eye-catching array of items that every geocacher should include with their needed...
    By Sheila Robinson September 22, 2011 

  • How Much Do You Know About Geocaching?

    So you have found your share of caches. Maybe you have even created a few as well. Are you really a geocaching expert, though? Find out how you rank --and perhaps learn something new-- by answering the following questions.
    By Tricia Goss September 16, 2011 

  • Geocaching in the Great State of Arkansas

    Geocaching excursions are a great way to see all the state has to offer after loading your handheld GPS with the details of a quest which can take you to plenty of places you may have otherwise missed. For more information and the means to plan every...
    By Daniel P. McGoldrick July 31, 2011 

  • Going Caching with a DeLorme

    DeLorme creates GPS devices for a variety of purposes, including geocaching. Learn how to go geocaching with a DeLorme device and how to use the Geocaches Page.
    By Misty Faucheux July 25, 2011 

  • What is an EarthCache?

    Wish to become a virtual geological explorer? Join the EarthCache program which is supported by the Geological Society of America. All you need is a basic GPS unit to get started.
    By Vikas Vij July 11, 2011 

  • Creating Your Own Geocache

    Geocaching is a GPS based activity that is growing very popular, and for good reason: it's incredibly fun and rewarding! After traveling around and finding a few caches, you may be inspired to plant one yourself. Creating a geocache is actually...
    By Jordan Salvi July 7, 2011 

  • Geocaching in Japan

    Geocaching can be an interesting and enjoyable way to see Japan in all its glory. This article will set you up with great sources to acquire maps of Japan, complete with turn-by-turn directions, and the best resources to choose the particular geocache...
    By Daniel P. McGoldrick July 7, 2011 

  • Geocaching in Alaska, the Last Frontier

    Opportunities for geocaching in Alaska are thoroughly abundant because Alaskans took to this outdoor hobby as soon as it came into being, for one more excuse to get outside amongst all that rugged beauty. In this article you’ll find the means to...
    By Daniel P. McGoldrick July 7, 2011 
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