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Geocaching: The World's Biggest Scavenger Hunt

Aug 23, 2022

Have you ever tried geocaching?

Geocaching is a great way to get outdoors, explore new places and have fun! Whether you decide to hide your own geocaches or try to find existing ones, it's an activity you can enjoy with both your friends and family.

If you're new to geocaching, check out our Youtube video that explains what geocaching is and how to get started:

School Sports NL has hidden 20+ geocaches that are ready to be found! How many will you find? Here's a list of their locations:

1. Torbay
2. Virginia River, St. John’s
3. Adam's Pond, Paradise
4. Newtown Elementary, Mount Pearl
5. Waterford River, St. John’s
6. Bidgood's Park, Goulds
7. Bay Bulls
8. Ferryland
9. Bay Robert's
10. Carbonear
11. New Harbour
12. C.B.S. Trail, C.B.S.
13. Clarenville
14. Lethbridge
15. Bonavista
16. Eastport
17. Gander
18. Botwood
19. Grandfalls
20. Deer Lake
21. Gros Morne
22. Port aux Basque
23. Hopedale

To locate these geocaches, you will need to log into the official geocaching website ( and create an account. From there, you will need to think like a detective and search high and low to find the hidden geocaches. If you're successful, make sure you sign the logbook! If you can't find one, don't get discouraged - you can always try searching for another one. That's the beauty of geocaching.

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