To earn a smiley and watch your find count tick up another notch, there are few things geocachers wouldn’t do. We’ve seen geocachers hike for miles, climb mountains, rappel off structures and wade through mud. To find this geocache though, you’re going to have to take it a step further. I won’t give it away (spoilers below in the photos, FYI) but you’ll have to be brave and stick your hand somewhere you’re not entirely sure about. And aside from the bravery, this geocache adds a bit of humor to the geocaching experience, which is never a bad thing. For the hundreds of geocachers who have conquered their fears and gone for it: the results have been overwhelmingly positive. So the question is, are you brave enough?
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What geocachers are saying:
“Hahaha!! What an awesome cache!! Thanks so much for the laugh” – sunbeammm
“Urban caching is usually not my favourite. This one made lot of fun. When 4 people climbing on a fountain in the middle of a crowded area this is absolutely a joy.” – maulaf_normanne
“Oh what a hoot! I had heard stories and tall tales about this one. Nice downtown area with only a few muggles around. Looked and pondered and looked some more. Spent time trying to retrieve something that wasn’t the cache, but in the failed effort to do I was inspired to stick my hand in the right place.” – Joshism
WARNING: SPOILER ALERT!
Taunting the beast. Photo by geocacher fatkidsOTWunite
I just hope the lion didn’t wake up after this. Photo by geocacher haley4tn
Sometimes you just have to go for it. Photo by geocacher hiddenrock
When was the last time you had to summon your bravery in order to make a find? Tell us in the comments.
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