the outdoor sport or game of searching for hidden objects by using Global Positioning System (GPS) coordinates posted on the internet.
- ge·o·cach·er, noun
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How to use geocaching in a sentence
Studying the Higgs boson is like geocaching, says theoretical particle physicist Gudrun Heinrich of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany.How physicists are probing the Higgs boson 10 years after its discovery | Emily Conover | June 29, 2022 | Science News
Then they go onto their preferred app or website, like geocaching, and offer hints and information about where seekers can find these hidden treasures.
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While geocaching can be effective in getting the kids out of the house for a few hours, it is also a wonderful tool to break up an autumn road trip or help you avoid crowded spaces and indoor attractions.
Use a visit to a local park or trail as an opportunity to gather sticks for a fort, or research geocaching spots before you head out.Your Kids Can Have Epic Outdoor Adventures in Your Neighborhood | smurguia | July 27, 2021 | Outside Online
British Dictionary definitions for geocaching
a game in which the object is to identify and find items deposited by other players, using GPS navigation
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