We heard about this awesome geocache series at a local event. It was a series to honor the Top 40 cachers in San Diego (greatness #1, but sadness we are a long way from that list). This geocache blog post shows the best geocaching map that you’d like to see when you search an area…

You can search an area for geocaches by typing in a zip code or a city or even coordinates and it will show you what geocaches are in the area, what type they are, and whether you have found them or not. When you find a geocache, the symbol will become a smiley face representing the fun you had in finding it.

This series we did in San Diego is an awesome trip on a bike ride (greatness #2).

Series: Power Cache Power Trail

The best thing about the adventure was when we got back and got to see a geocaching map full of smiley faces icon smile The best geocaching map is full of smiley faces icon smile The best geocaching map is full of smiley faces icon smile The best geocaching map is full of smiley faces icon smile The best geocaching map is full of smiley faces Yeah!!!

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4 Responses to “The best geocaching map is full of smiley faces”

  1. Lucy says:

    Isn’t is great to be in California. You could make minnesota a destination by placing 00′s caches there!

  2. [...] I have mixed feelings about geocaching power trails, but I have to admit that they make cool screenshots! Power trail in San [...]

    • lucy says:

      Why the mixed feelings? I think it gets people excited and more into geocaching. And sometimes when you want the numbers it is great. Then over time you progress into climbing mountains just for 1 (that was a few weeks ago!)

  3. Chris says:

    That is incredible, the number of geocaches! We have nothing near to that in Minnesota. So jealous!

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