is a great way to spend some time getting your kids outdoors for some exercise. It’s a walk in the woods, it’s a mystery to solve and it’s celebratory when the cache is retrieved.
There are geocaches all over Calgary
. The city recognized the family fun geocaching
can be with city sponsored caches
around the city for the 100th anniversary of Calgary Parks
If you’re new to geocaching, check out this simple guide. Basically you just need a simple iPhone app and you can get it done.
When my son and I started geocaching, it took us half a dozen hikes before we found our first one. If you’re a first time geocacher, I’d suggest heading out to Patterson Hill. There are 5 caches in the area and 3 of them are easy walks from the path and are dead easy to spot.
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