You're about to step into a real-world adventure that's being played around the world. It's called Geocaching. Adventurers hide containers called "geocaches" and challenge others to find them using their phone or a GPS device. Each geocache is a living story, recording visits and the adventure it took to find it. There are more than 2 million geocaches around the world, and probably one within 5 minutes of where you're watching this video. Check it out on Geocaching.com and join the adventure.
Now that you've answered the question, "What is Geocaching?" and seen the Beginner's Guide to Finding a Geocache, it's time to make the transition into pro-level geocaching. This video has tips to take your geocaching game to the next level and guidelines that every geocacher should know.
The high-fives, shouts of joy, and smileys shining on geocachers' profiles—they can all be because of you. All you need to do first is hide a geocache! Check out this helpful video to learn the basics of hiding your first geocache.
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Learn more: http://www.geocaching.com/about/hiding.aspx
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