Geocaching is a form of outdoor treasure hunt in which GPS signals are used to find hidden caches. The caches can be tiny or larger boxes which contain items to be moved around between caches. The geocacher logs their finding of the site on the official geocache website. Some items which get placed in caches are trackable which means they have a code on them that can be entered onto the website at which ever site they are left. This allows other geocachers to know if there is a trackable in the cache for which they are hunting.
Visit the Geocaching website here: www.geocaching.com
You can download apps to allow you to use your phone as a gps.
Surrey Scouts now has its own trackable geotag. You can create a mission for the coin such as ‘Help me visit as many countries as possible’ or ‘Help me to visit every county in Britain’ and then you can track your tag’s progress on its mission by logging into the website and seeing where it has been moved to by other geocachers.
Get your section to come up with a mission for its trackable geotag and then monitor its progress.