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The conditions

  • Participants do not cause any damage or disturb nature.
  • Participants can reach the cache location via existing paths.
  • Participants do not cause damage to the efficiency and safety of the road.
  • Participants do not dig in local authority land.
  • Nearby real estate users not affected by the game.
  • Participants use small objects: maximum 3375 cubic centimetres, with the longest side not exceeding 15 centimetres.
  • Participants do not place objects on brackets, poles and stands.
  • Participants do not place objects in, on and above public water.

Do you not meet these conditions?

In that case, apply for a Use of Public Space permit.

How does geocaching work?

One of the participants hides a treasure and lets other geocachers know online where the hiding place is. They can often swap or add items when finding the treasure.

The treasure is often a waterproof box with a logbook and a treasure. The finder can write his or her name in it. The finder is also supposed to leave a ‘log’ (message) on a geocaching website. Even if they failed to find the treasure.