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Geocaching Checklist

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Geocaching is like a massive outdoor treasure hunting game because there millions of geocaches hidden around the world to discover.

You need to create an account to start to play by going to geocaching.com and register. You will need to choose a name whether its for yourself or a team of you playing.

There are many free to find geocaches or you can pay and receive even more.

When you go out hunting your geocaches you need a few things with you.

Geocaching Checklist

GPS

This can be a mobile GPS devise or your mobile phone so it can help you locate the cache.

Dont forget extra batteries or a charger pack you dont want to lose power.

App

Make sure you have the app or a downloaded version of cache locations and hints.

Pencil

Pencil is a must so you can sign the cache log.

The log lets you sign that you have discovered the cache as well as updating it online. This can be very small so make sure it sharp.

Many caches have pencils inside to enable you to sign the logbook but these can go missing or be broken so best carry your own.

 

Tweezers

Yes tweezers. Some of these caches are tiny and require tweezers to get the logbook out.

Trading SWAG

Many cache have little trinkets and fun items to trade and swop.

When you take something, always leave behind something of equal value.

Caching Tools

There are many geocaching tools of the trade which you would have never heard or thought you will never need but you do.

Penlight, Mirror, Magnets, Pocket knife?

Torch

You never know where you might end up and how hard it might be to see.

Personal Items

Water, snacks and Travel First Aid kit for any emergencies and include bug repellant.

Think of suncream and rain coats for weather changes.

Louise Burton-Payne

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Digital marking, SEO & social media are a great passion of mine. Love to be ultra organised and love checklists and to-do lists so dream situation to hybrid the two with Checkify :-) Technology can help reduce the pressure and stress of trying to remember everything. Automation saves time and reduces mistakes.

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