Geocaching Fun

Voyageur Craft BeerSometimes people need a reason to go for a hike in the woods. I’m not one of those people. Spending time in the woods is enough incentive to get me hiking. Geocaching gets people walking in the woods and the more people who get out there the happier everyone will be. It’s because the benefits of spending time outside are so numerous that I have placed geocaches in numerous locations on the Gunflint Trail and in Cook County.

Geocaching.com is a great website that houses geocache locations all over. You can pull up a map and find out where nearby geocaches are located and if you want you can put caches out too. IMG_2722

Right now I’m having fun with four different caches for Voyageur Brewing Company. There’s the Boundary Waters Brunette, Palisade Porter, Trailbreaker and a virtual photo cache for Devil’s Kettle. People can search for these caches and earn a free beer by bringing in a business card from the cache container. Each of the beers have their GPS coordinates printed on the beer label.

Minnesota Craft BeerYou can read more about this on the Facebook Event Page. I’m hoping a little reward will get more people into the great outdoors. The next time you’re looking for a reason or excuse to get outside check out geocaching.com and go find a hidden treasure.

Wild Rice Brown Ale by Voyageur Brewing Company

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