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Pinnacle Peak EarthCache - Geocaching Presents

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Published on Jan 21, 2013

The world's first EarthCache just turned nine. EarthCache I in Australia was created on January 10, 2004 and EarthCaching has been growing up ever since. There are now more than 14,000 active EarthCaches around the globe. Instead of a physical container, EarthCaches use unique geological features as the "find." Geocachers must then answer questions posted in the geocache description in order to mark the geocache as found. EarthCaches can reveal why rocks crack to look like a brick road or how an eternal flame can flicker behind a gushing waterfall. Get inspired to find an EarthCache with our new EarthCaching video, which takes adventurers to a rare find deep in the mountains.

This month, the EarthCache guidelines have been updated to clarify the process of development and review. AllEarthCaches published after January 1, 2013 must meet these new guidelines. The year ahead will bring more EarthCaching news, including the Second International EarthCache Mega-Event on September 7 in the U.S. state of Utah. More than 500 EarthCache fans are expected to attend. We hope to see you there!

Pinnacle Peak EarthCache: http://coord.info/GC2E9V5
EarthCache I: http://coord.info/GCHFT2
EarthCache Mega-Event: http://coord.info/GC3JG9V

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