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Batoche National Historic Site

Geocaching activities at Batoche National Historic Site

What is Geocaching?

Geocaching is a fun, outdoor treasure hunting game. Participants use Global Positioning System or GPS units to find hidden containers called caches. The caches are hidden in special places in Batoche. When you find the cache, you will discover why that place is so important!

Check out geocaching.com to get the coordinates for your Batoche National Historic Site geocaches. When you get to the park, soak up the scenery as you hunt for hidden geocaches.

Who geocaches?

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. Don’t have a GPS? Stop by the Visitor Centre and rent one. 

Seek and Scamper Geocaching Challenge

Discover the secrets of Batoche and earn your souvenir Batoche Geocoin in this brand new geocaching program for all ages. Use of GPS units included in program fee. Available July-Thanksgiving. 

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Geocachers are encouraged to visit the Leave no Trace website at www.leavenotrace.ca. This website offers helpful principles for planning safe and environmentally respectful outdoor recreation activities.