Geocaching

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geocachingGeocaching is an activity enjoyed worldwide as a sort of high tech treasure hunt. Geocachers use a GPS device to find containers or clues, log their actions, and record their activities on various websites. There are hundreds of geocaches in Sandy and the surrounding area. Below are a sampling of some of the geocaches in Sandy. Geocachers who take something from the cache are expected to leave something in return and record their actions in the logbook included in the cache.

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Cache Name

Cache Coordinates

Difficulty
(1-10 Scale)

Terrain
(1-10 Scale)

Size
(1-5 Scale)

Target Practice

N 40° 34.083 W 111° 53.661

7

2

1

The Officers are Watching

N 40° 34.200 W 111° 53.763

2

2

2

Rypton

N 40° 34.080 W 111° 53.849

6

2

5

Warehouse

N 40° 33.980 W 111° 53.680

5

3

1

Dinner, a Movie, and a Quick Cache

N 40° 34.727 W 111° 52.194

5

3

1

School House

N 40° 34.908 W 111° 53.429

2

2

5

David's Cache at David's Park

N 40° 34.529 W 111° 52.660

5

4

1

A Cache by Bonolo

N 40° 33.731 W 111° 50.470

3

4

5

Crecent "Quiet" Place.....

N 40° 32.947 W 111° 53.447

3

3

1

Quails 'n' Peacocks

N 40° 34.228 W 111° 47.654

4

4

3

Father's Day 2010

N 40° 34.560 W 111° 47.038

3

4

3

The Wagon Wheel

N 40° 34.504 W 111° 53.413

2

2

3

Skid Row

N 40° 33.985 W 111° 54.012

4

4

3

Lunchbreakcachersdelight

N 40° 34.444 W 111° 53.790

2

4

1

Dog Dog

N 40° 33.992 W 111° 53.669

8

2

1

These are just a few cache locations in Sandy.See the following links for more information.