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How To Geocache
To get started, go to www.geocaching.com and sign up for free. Once you're in, you can enter your zip code, do a search for caches in your area, find a cache that looks interesting and then enter it's coordinates (longitude and latitude) into the GPS unit. Once you have a fix on its location... it''s time to hit the trail to discover what the cache has inside!
Geocaching is a great way to get outdoors while doing something everyone in the family will enjoy. The allure of discovering an unknown treasure is what makes this a fun way to get outside and to get moving!
As you may have seen in the 'geocaching' episode of Motion, Greg hid a cache somewhere in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California near Yosemite National Park. We won't tell you what's inside the cache but you can get pretty close with a GPS unit and the following coordinates:
North 37 degrees 24.829, West 119 degrees 37.477
Hint: Don't let the beauty of the Lewis Creek Trail pull your attention to the waters far below or you might miss this secret spot!
You can also go to www.geocaching.com and search for the 'Motion Cache' in California for a more detailed description of our secret stash!
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