Now when I say geotrail this is not like the usual stereotypical geotrails. These are not geocaches placed every 600ft with one right after the next. No, these geocaches are spread out all over the state of North Carolina. Which are broken up into five regions and all designed to show you key points of history you may never have known existed.
When attempting the 150 Civil War Geotrail do not think you are going to be able two blow through this in a day or weekend. This is going to take some time to complete.
Here is where you can get some vital information for accomplishing this amazing historical adventure. If you are brand new to geocaching you will need to create a geocaching account. You can go here to do that -[ REGISTER ]- or www.geocaching.com.
To get you started with the 150 Civil War Geotrail you may begin here:
Here is some key information hot links if you would like to give this a go. The first thing you are going to need is the printable passport. -[ LINK ]- This is extremely important for each geocache contains a code word you will need to fill in your passport as you find each geocache.
You will also need a geocaching bookmark of all the available geotrail geocaches as well. Thank you to DukeRoom -[ LINK ]-
There you have it. Your historical geocaching adventure awaits. Have fun and don't forget to look up the rewards you may achieve if you complete the geotrail. Details on the Facebook Page.
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