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ge·o·cach·ing

 (jē′ō-kăsh′ĭng)
n.
A pastime in which one searches for hidden objects that are found by using exact GPS coordinates.

ge′o·cach′er n.

geocaching

(ˈdʒiːəʊˌkæʃɪŋ)
n
(Other Non-sporting Hobbies) a game in which the object is to identify and find items deposited by other players, using GPS navigation
[C20: from geo(graphy) + caching]
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We've got activities such as den building and geocaching for young adventurers, plus horse riding, cheerleading and even a family yoga session.
This wonderful, family-friendly event is a great opportunity for people to get out to enjoy our forest preserves with fun activities like ice fishing, snowshoeing, ice harvesting and geocaching," said Commissioner Jeff Redick, District 2.
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The differences between Orienteering and Geocaching are discussed, and the glossary, index and 'useful web links' sections are extensive and easy to follow.
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