Treasures containing gold, silver, valuable coins, gems and more are hidden all over the world. With your Treasure Caching account you can find the location of these treasures. Create an account and start geocaching for treasure today.
Experience the fun of hiding treasure in geocaches for others to find. Pick your favorite treasure and find the perfect spot. Create clues, make it as difficult or easy as you like for cachers to find your treasure.
We have created the ultimate geocaching adventure. This event will be a multi-cache (comprised of multiple waypoints) designed to be the adventure of a lifetime. You will have to find clues and to make your way through this outdoor game. The winner will be first to find our $10,000 treasure cache. You must be a premium member to participate.
A Geocache is a weather proof container most likely housing a log book and trinkets. Geocaches are hidden and marked with GPS (global positioning system) coordinates or clues so people can find them while geocaching. If you find a geocache, you can sign the log book and most likely take a trinket and leave a trinket. Think of geocaches as modern day treasure chests just waiting for you to find them. There are some unconventional geocaches which can be more tricky to find. These geocaches are design to trick your eye so they can be hidden in plain sight. There are faux tree stumps, faux bolts, stones and much more. Geocaches are hidden in both in wilderness and in urban settings. Geocachers have been hiding geocaches for a long time and there are likely some near you right now.
Geocaching is the outdoor activity people undertake while searching for geocaches. A geocache is typically a weather proof container that can be found with GPS coordinates. You can search for these caches using a variety of techniques. You can use a compass, mobile app GPS, a Garmin and any type of mapping support that gives you an advantage. To help you along, you will often have a clue to help lead you to the geocache. You can go geocaching by yourself or with a group of friends or family. Bring plenty of water, snacks and a first aid kit when venturing further out.There are geocaches everywhere so you can go geocaching anywhere.
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A treasure cache is a type of geocache that contains valuable treasure. Our treasure caches are filled with all of the things an explorer, treasure hunter, pirate or anyone with a sense of adventure would love to find. They can be filled with gold, silver, rare coins, gems or almost any shiny, valuable object. We have begun to hide our treasure caches all over the country. There are still some unfound treasures out there and we are hiding more all the time. Visit our Treasure Caches page and go treasure caching today.
When you are searching for treasure you are treasure caching. It is very similar to geocaching in almost every way but one, the first to find it will find valuable treasure. Treasure unlocks pirate and explorer within all of us and is just fun. Once the treasure has been found the container will remain just like any geocache. It can be used to store a logbook, trackables and any trinkets you would like to leave behind. This was, future treasure cachers and geocachers can experience the joy of finding it over and over again.
Mystery Cache / Puzzle Cache
Mystery Caches are also known as puzzle caches. Rather than getting the GPS coordinates to find the geocache you are seeking, you’ll probably have to do some leg work. You may only receive partial coordinates and have to decipher the rest from a puzzle. You may have to decipher all of the coordinates. This puzzle could be almost anything. It could be a riddle, pictogram, trivia, maybe even some algebra. The puzzle could be anything really. Either way, figuring these out will require a little bit of cleverness. Puzzle caches add a whole different and fun element to geocaching.
A multi-cache is a type of geocache where you will not find the phyical container at the first location. There will be multiple locations you must find that lead you to the next or final resting place of the physical geocache or treasure cache. Multi-caches will probably include some puzzles. At each location you will receive a clue that will help you get to the next location. In the end, you will find the cache you are looking for. Multi-caches can range from being simple to complex. They are challenging and can be a likely source of fun.