The Best Geoart Ever!

Love looking at the amazing geo-art created by cachers around the world, but hate having to search for it?

Leave that to me.. Below are the videos I’ve made showing the very best geo-art out there. Have fun browsing the world from your computer! 🙂

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Learn the basic of GSAK in 8 minutes or less…

GSAK can be intimidating if you have used it before. There is so many features of GSAK that even regular uses probably never even touch.

This video shows you the basics that you really need to know. How to download caches, and how to install the caches on your GPS. If you have any questions, please leave them below, or even better, visit the Youtube page of that video and post your questions there. Thanks.. ComedyAddict 🙂

Three of the best offroad geocaching vehicles…

We all know that geocachers love their SUVs, Jeeps and other high ground clearance vehicles. The following vehicles would take your geocaching to the next level – literally.. Of course you’ll need a bank account large enough too.

First is the Toyota Hilux by Arctic Trucks. This modified truck was featured on Top Gear a few years back, but for some reason they neglected to mention the awesome geocaching capabilities of this vehicle.

Next we have the Mercedes G63 AMG 6×6. If four wheel drive is great offroad, when not have six wheel drive. And with over 500 horsepower, you’ll always be FTF if needed.

And finally we have the Fab Four Legend. It’s a Jeep Wrangler with crazy 50 inch tires. Yeah, you don’t need roads anymore.

What is Geocaching? (Video)

Geocaching is a real-world GPS based game played over 6 million people around the world. Using a GPS enabled device (smart phone, handheld GPS) you goal is to look for hidden containers called caches. They can be cleverly hidden, or custom containers someone has spent considerable time making. That’s half the fun, never knowing what you’re going to find, or where you’re going to find them. Odds are there is one within walking distance of where you live.

Here’s a quick introductory video explaining what Geocaching is all about. If you want even more information, or you’d like to try it out, simply visit Geocaching.com.