GeofreakZ GeoTrails at Fort Langley National Historic Site *NEW*
The GeofreakZ Geotrails Program
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Fort Langley National Historic Site is pleased to be a participating location in the GeofreakZ GeoTrails activity from May 19 to October 13, 2012.
GeofreakZ is a online game and TV show with a real life component. Use the GPS units to find bits of the universe, that GeofreakZ characters on Teletoon are searching for too.
Included in your admission fee, borrow a GPS device from the Visitor Centre, and find several caches on our property. Don’t worry if you have never done geocaching before; this is meant for beginners! Learn more about Geofreakz at www.geofreakz.com.
Geocaching is included with site entry fee. Other Parks Canada GeofreakZ GeoTrails participating sites include Waterton Lakes National Park, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site, and Prince Edward Island National Park.
What is geocaching?
Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunting game played around the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. The basic idea is to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, outdoors and then share your experiences online. Anyone can use coordinates found on geocaching.com to locate caches.
People of all ages! Each geocache listing has a difficulty and terrain rating. A 1/1 is easiest, a 5/5 the hardest. This allows you to seek a geocache suitable for their ability and fitness level.
What do you need to go geocaching?
A GPS device or GPS-enabled mobile phone and internet access through a computer or a mobile device. In addition, a free or premium membership with geocaching.com is recommended.
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