The Global Geocaching Community Volunteers Volunteers help define your geocaching experience. Volunteers offer their advice and guidance to geocache owners and help set the tone of the game. The volunteers number in the hundreds, speak dozens of languages, and most all love geocaching and the global community it creates. Find out more about the geocaching community volunteers, including a behind-the-scenes video. Each geocache you find or hide has the digital fingerprints of a volunteer on it. Volunteer reviewers assist geocachers by reviewing and publishing geocaches that meet specific guidelines. To learn more about how to work with your local reviewer and successfully [...]
More than a thousand people, who speak five different languages, answered one question. It was, “Describe geocaching in one word…” Here’s what they said through the lens of a word cloud. How would you describe geocaching?
[Click CC for subtitles] A little rain cannot stop geocachers from reach their goal. Even a little urban flooding won’t cancel a geocaching event. Watch this Geocaching.com video for a snapshot at the geocaching Event Cache. Nicht einmal sintflutartige Regenfälle konnten dieses Grill-Event stoppen. Sieh Dir das Video an um einen Eindruck des Geocaching Events zu bekommen. Klicke “Gefällt mir“ wenn Du ebenfalls ein Geocaching Event im Regen besucht hast. Subscribe to the Official Geocaching.com YouTube channel for the latest tips and tricks in geocaching. Watch the more than 50 videos produced by Geocaching.com on our video page.
[Click CC for Closed Captioning - Klicke auf CC für Untertitel] Watch this video to see the story behind the first geocache in Germany. It started a craze that’s led to a quarter million active geocaches. Back on October 2, 2000 the owner of a brand new GPS device decided to try an experiment. He hid a geocache. Ferenc loaded the coordinates and a description onto Geocaching.com. He wondered if anyone might have heard of this new GPS-powered treasure-hunt. Days and weeks passes. Ferenc says he lost interest in geocaching. Years passed, and eventually he wondered if anyone had ever [...]
Groundspeak Lackeys are traveling thousands of miles from H.Q. throughout the year to share smiles, shake hands, and make geocaching memories at nearly 20 Mega-Events worldwide. Ben Field aka, LackeyBenno, attended the Mega-Event PROJECT: GeoGames 2012 (GC32012). It took place in Leipzig, Germany. Ben has been a Lackey since 2008 and works in IT. Here’s Ben’s account of his adventure. Written by: Ben Field As I read through the descriptions of the games being hosted at the Geogames Mega-Event in Leipzig, I had two questions running through my head: How many of these games should I actually attempt and what [...]
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