Geocachers kulhal and otco recently embarked on a journey to locate the last cache in a vanishing series. The duo traveled half way around the world to claim a “found it” on the final active cache in the Project A.P.E. cache series. To many geocachers, the Project A.P.E. caches ring a nostalgic bell. The A.P.E. cache series was established in May of 2001. The promotion was for the film Planet of the Apes. Thirteen different A.P.E. caches, each with props from the movie and a story that tied into the movie, were hidden all over the world. Those who found the [...]
Geocaching.com is excited to be teaming up with the action-packed experience of Tomb Raider. Crystal Dynamics™, a Square Enix™ studio produces the video game series. The worldwide phenomenon launched in the mid-1990′s and has since been portrayed in Hollywood blockbusters. Geocaching.com is a natural fit to join forces with the video game featuring world explorer Lara Croft™. A new campaign of treasure-hunting adventure will preview the upcoming release of Tomb Raider. Through a variety of initiatives this year, Crystal Dynamics and Geocaching.com will create a series of unique location-based adventures. The experiences embody the spirit of Tomb Raider and Lara [...]
Molly Shock, aka mshock, teaches the basics of hosting a successful and fun geocaching event. It’s part party-planning and all logistics. Find out how to make the event something to remember, how much time you’ll need to prepare and other insider tips. Watch the video below for a three-minute tutorial from Molly on tips for making your own themed geocaching event a success. Molly’s marque event to date has been Trouble in Tinseltown – A Puzzle Rally Event (GC2993W). An Event Cache is where local geocachers or geocaching organizations decide a time and location to meet and discuss all things [...]
A killer rabbit, the Holy Grenade of Antioch and Monty Python’s search for the Holy Grail all intersected at one precise location in 1975. This Scotland location is Tomnadashan Mine, but for fans of the British comedy troop Monty Python, and the movie “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” the location is best known as the lair of the Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog. The geocache “Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Scene 21″ (GCP439) has brought more than 100 adventurers to the location since it was hidden in 2005. Some geocachers even add their own makeshift props adapted from the [...]
Travel Bugs® are Trackables that move from geocache to geocache. They are attached to “hitchhikers” that take many forms — everything from action figures to toy cars to cinder blocks. Travel Bugs are explorers and ambassadors that crisscross the world, gaining stories on each step of their trek. This Lost & Found video showcases the journey of a Travel Bug around the world. Geocacher Devbrain launched Coaster Coast in 2006. The Travel Bug ended up back in his hands after traveling more than 23,000 miles around the globe. Watch as he launches another Travel Bug, Coaster Coaster Coast, in an [...]
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