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  1. Backroad Mapbooks GeoTour



    Backroad Mapbooks GeoTour has highlighted some of the popular recreation sites & trails throughout the 6 regions of British Columbia by hiding caches under the following outdoor themes: On The Trail, On The Road, On The Water. Explore BC and learn more about the outdoors while unearthing treasures!









  2. Thanks for starting this thread, ThomTurtle. I edited the topic title slightly to include the word GeoTour.

    Check out the Heritage Hide'n'Seek GeoTour !


    This isn't your typical history lesson. Explore Northern Ontario and discover how it shaped the Canada we know today.


    Le Cache-cache patrimoine GéoTour est différent d'un cours d'histoire traditionnel. Explorez-vous le Nord de l'Ontario et découvrez comment il façonne le Canada d'aujourd'hui.




  3. HQ GeoTour



    Enjoy "The Geocacher's Guide to the Center of Our Universe." cool.gif

    Created in time for the 2013 Block Party by Geocaching HQ employees, this GeoTour takes you to our favorite spots in Seattle's Fremont neighborhood. The caches are within walking distance and are available year-round.


    The image below and to the right is the front design of the geocoin which is available from the HQ Lobby Store at GCK25B. The design on the back of this Geocoin is purposely in reverse and raised such that you can use it like you would a rubber stamp. Get an ink pad and make your imprints.



  4. Helena Montana GeoTour




    The Helena, Montana GeoTour highlights the unspoiled nature and history of Montana's Capital City area. Explore the Helena National Forest, take a photo from the Firetower, follow Lewis & Clark's route along the Missouri. Discover the hidden treasures of a city built during the Gold Rush of 1864.


    The Helena Montana GeoTour would not have been possible without the cooperation, input and creativity of many different organizations including The Capital City Cachers.


    Helena Montana is the winner in Rand McNally's 2013 search for America's Best Small Town for Geocaching.





  5. Cache Calhoun GeoTour




    Discover the unique history of Calhoun County through geocaching. From Battle Creek to Marshall, from Springfield to Albion, and everywhere in between, the tour offers a unique look into a significant past. From the Cereal Capital of the World, to a destination along the Underground Railroad, there is something to uncover around every corner.



  6. One: Georgia State Parks GeoTour




    Georgia State Parks has hidden 46 geocaches in 43 spectacular state parks, from Cloudland Canyon's cool mountain trails to Skidaway Island's sunny historic coast, and everywhere in between. Pick-up or download your Geo-Challenge PassPort today and start your journey to reach all three levels, and collect all 3 custom geocoins!


    Two: Georgia History Trail GeoTour




    Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites has 14 caches in some of Georgia's oldest places! At each site you'll solve clues to unlock the geocache. Inside you'll find trading cards - collect them, trade them or complete one of 5 history categories to get a custom souvenir token. Collect all 5 tokens to complete your GeoTour.




    Experience Cortland GeoTour




    The Cortland County Convention and Visitors Bureau is proud to launch this exciting new geocaching adventure. This tour will take you along the byways of Cortland County to the secret and not-so-secret hideaways where they have stashed caches for you to discover. Along the way you will learn about the county history that includes underground railroads, civil war camps, major league ballplayers, and possibly the best trucks ever built. You may also experience some of the nicest countryside and rural villages you will ever find in New York State.



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