Love geocaching? Love zombies? Love fun? Then don’t wait any longer to sign up for this year’s Geo Zombie Run Event held on Sunday October 26 from noon until eight pm. It’s the 10th annual running of the event and its sure to be better than ever before. Though the Geo Zombie Run Event takes […]
Geocaching is a fun activity for adults and children alike. It can be a great way to bond with your children and get outside in nature at the same time. Geocaching can teach your children basic navigation skills including a sense of direction, and how to use a map, compass, and GPS. But most of […]
I’m constantly amazed at just how many different geocaches there are scattered across the planet. Though the world of geocaching is still relatively small and close-knit, it seems like new caches are popping up all the time, seemingly from nowhere in many cases.
The Pacific Northwest region of North America is well-known among geocaching enthusiasts worldwide. Consisting of British Columbia, Washington, and Oregon (and in some cases parts of Idaho and California), the PNW is home to its fair share of geocaching lore and legend. In fact, the oldest cache of all time – placed by David Ulmer […]
Here at MapDash, we’re beyond interested in geocaching. I mean, our geo-mobile app is definitely an updated take on the age-old activity. In fact, we like to think of ourselves as the next step in geocaching (more on that later though). But where did geocaching come from? What were its origins and how did it […]