Geocaching is one of the most compelling activities for getting out and fulfilling the urge to discover. It is a great way to get the family outdoors, or to roam the city with friends, discovering areas you normally overlook, and the ingenuity of fellow geocachers. An afternoon of geocaching may have you finding a waterproof geocache on the side of a mountain, or being the first to discover a magnetic nano cache hidden under a stairwell in a city skyscraper.
The successful geocacher will strive to fill one of our weatherproof Rite in the Rain logbooks, or perhaps attempt to stump other geocachers with the Hanayama Nutcase puzzle cache, or a clue written with an invisible ink pen. Serious geocaching enthusiasts keep black light flashlights handy to decipher messages written in UV ink, as often one nano cache will bear clues to other hidden micro caches. With geocaching, you can be the detective or the puzzle maker -- finding or hiding geocaches wherever your imagination or routine takes you. Cachemark nano geocaches are small enough to be challenging to find, and feature magnets to allow them to be hidden in urban areas. A telescoping inspection mirror should be in every serious geocacher's toolkit to help sleuth out these tiny caches.
Trackables offer another fascinating way to geocache. Our selection of Travel Bugs allow you to track their paths online as they travel from cache to cache around the globe. Release a Travel Bug into the world and experience vicarious travel as each new geocacher discovers it, maybe taking pictures of the location where it was found.
Letterboxing is an offshoot of geocaching that combines block printing, orienteering, and puzzle solving where puzzle makers and solvers collect each other's stamped insignias in their logbooks. We carry letterboxing supplies for creating your own unique insignia to put your stamp on puzzles you solve or create.
Explore the world and your imagination with geocaching supplies from gonecachin.com. Located in Nashua, NH N 42° 44.724 W 071° 27.460