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“Night Caching” A Geocaching.com Lost & Found Video

Geocaching doesn’t have to stop when the sun sets. For some geocachers, the thrill of the treasure hunt just begins when darkness falls. Watch this video to follow geocachers as they navigate through the night to find a multi-cache in California. Find out how the clues for this cache stay invisible during the day and even to most muggles at night.

Look for geocaches with this “recommended at night” icon to find a night cache near you. Premium Members are able to run a Pocket Query to search for geocaches with specific attributes, such as “recommended at night.”

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  • Hazumu

    I want a go, but first where can I set up a night cache. looks cool and great fun

  • Kfblackz28

    Nice presentation for geo-night-caching

  • Tracy

    We had a great time doing a night cache on Halloween – especially since the one we chose was a spirit quest into the oldest graveyard in Galena, IL. It definitely adds to the challenge and the excitement.

  • Gavia Arctica

    In Sweden we do know what night caching is about!
    Our event “Fumble After Dark 2010″ was the eights consecutive annual event based on night caching.

    We celebrated the eights edition by succeeding in making it a MEGA event with 527 (at least) attendees!
    The first ever Nordic MEGA event!

  • Gavia-SGCD

    In Sweden we do know what night caching is about!
    Our event “Fumble After Dark 2010″ was the eights consecutive annual event based on night caching.

    We celebrated the eights edition by succeeding in making it a MEGA event with 527 (at least) attendees!
    The first ever Nordic MEGA event!

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  • BlueEagle23

    I love night caches that require using a flashlight to follow a trail marked by reflectors!

    It is nice that there is a “night cache” attribute to help finding them in PQ searches, however it is very aggravating that a lot of cache owners think “night cache” and “recommended at night” are interchangeable.

  • Adam L.

    The video looks great! Thanks so much for coming out here and filming our little adventure… everyone enjoyed it.

  • CacheADoodleDo

    Went alone on my first night cache tonight. A Muggle Security Guard scared the living daylights out of me when he appeared out of nowhere and had his flashlight shining into my car.

  • Katrinak

    Love night caching and some in high muggle areas are best found at night. Be very careful about caching near some places at night though such as banks. It tends to make the cops real nervous. ;-)

  • top gear ok

    isn’t night geo caching fun you get to find stuff you can’t at day and the video was great thanks alot for uploading the video

  • CP Columbus

    I enjoy caching at night, it’s a great change of pace!

  • Guest

    I love caching at night, but wish there was an easier way to search for the night time caches. Seems like most of the ones I’m looking at don’t have the right attribute indicated above.

  • Jpirmann

    Would like to know the name of that one.


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