Geocaching Handbook

The Guide for Family-Friendly, High-Tech Treasure Hunting

Book Description

This book introduces the reader to the fast-growing outdoor sport of geocaching, which combines aspects of treasure hunting, high-tech navigation, and exploration.

New to this book:
--Updates to technology and use of social media.
--Full chapter on smartphone apps.
--Updates to photography—showing more technology and diversity of participants.
--Mention of National and State Parks, which are now promoting geocaching.
--Updates to swag, with official geocaching containers, special edition coins, and micro containers, etc.

About Cameron, Layne

Layne Cameron is an avid outdoorsman who has authored or coauthored five books and more than 300 articles for national magazines and newspapers, including Scouting magazine and Boys’ Life. Cameron works as the Spartan Science Storyteller at Michigan State University. He lives in Williamston, Michigan.

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