General Information and FAQs
Guide to Finding a Geocache - A good guide for your first hunt, though slanted toward a wilderness trip. Not as relevant for an urban cache.
Guide to Hiding a Geocache - Good tutorial, however, slanted toward a wilderness ammo can type of hide. The best guide to hiding a cache is a little good experience. If all you've found are a few urban film cans or key holders, you haven't experienced how creative a cache can be. Before hiding your first cache, try to find a variety of caches in all sizes and a few that have a difficulty rating of 2, 3, or 4 stars. Get out of your neighborhood and into some rural parks. If you haven't met any other cachers yet, go to the Geocaching.com Forums or the GBA Forums and introduce yourself and learn about your community. There are plenty of cachers willing to offer advice and assistance to make your hide a popular one!
Handicaching - Aims to improve the accessibility of Geocaching for physically handicapped people all over the world. By rating caches using a simple system, handicapped geocachers can quickly find the caches they are able to do.
Geocaching Brochure - Geocacher-U
Earthcache - The Earthcache site. Guidelines and initial listing form.
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