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November 22, 2010
The change of seasons is serious a game-changer for geocachers. The Northern Hemisphere is settling into longer nights and colder days. Winter’s cold blast of wind and snow alters the outside world that is the geocaching playing field.
New obstacles and challenges are added. But snow drifts and chilly weather are no reason to put the treasure-hunting adventure of geocaching on hiatus until the spring thaw.
Here are a few tips, compiled from winter geocachers around the world via the official Geocaching.com Facebook page, on how you can make geocaching a year-round activity.