Go on a GPS Treasure Hunt

GeoCaching in Mariagerfjord

GeoCaching is a fun activity for the whole family. It is unique way to learn about and experience nature, history and geography.

GeoCaching is a GPS Treasure Hunt where You, with a GPS device and a set of coordinates, find hidden treasures (caches) in the nature. GeoCaching is a fun family activity for an hour or a day - depends on weather, time and Your temper.

We have hidden a series of 15 caches around Mariager Fjord. This series contains 3 sub-series (1-5, 6-10 and 11-15). 

Before starting Your hunt for caches, You can collect a stamp-card at the Tourist Information Offices. This card is used to document your findings with the marking-pincer, which can be found in each of the 15 caches around the fjord. 

When You have found one of the sub-series, You can collect a commemorative diploma at the Tourist Information Office - You only need to show Your stamp card, with markings from all of the caches in the sub-series. If You Find all 15 caches You may collect a unique commemorative "geo-coin" without tracking no.

From both land and seaside...
The series of 15 caches around Mariager Fjord, also offers the posibility of a differint kind of GeoCaching. All of the caches can be reached from land- and seaside in canoe or kayak.

By GeoCaching in canoe or kayak on Mariager Fjord, You wil experience scenic natural areas - everything from flat marshy areas to forests and high-sloping hills.

If You don't own a canoe or kayak, it can be rented at one of the local boat rental companies.

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