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Geocaching

Geocachers can ride Squaw Valley's scenic Aerial Tram up to High Camp, el. 8200 feet, to find 10 caches hidden among the mountain's peaks using GPS coordinates or Squaw’s preprogrammed GPS units. Guest should allow 3+ hours to discover all boxes. Hiking ability range from moderate to above moderate.

11am-4pm Daily | Tues, Fri, Sat Open Until 5pm

How It Works:

  • Geocaching is free with your Aerial Tram ticket or 2014-15 Tahoe Super Pass
  • GPS units can be rented daily at the High Camp Climbing Wall for free ( a deposit will be required) or you can use your own. Rental units have cache locations pre-programmed.
  • Get a geocache passport from High Camp Guest Services.
  • Geocache passports have the coordinates of the boxes
  • Find as many of the 10 geocaches as you can.
  • Each cache contains a prize and log sheet for you to sign.
  • For each cache that you find record the box number and code number in your passport.
  • Turn in your passport for discounts at the High Camp retail shop or The North Face or other participating Squaw Valley retail stores

Print the GPS unit cheat sheet here.

What is Geocaching

Geocaching is an outdoor treasure-hunting game in which participants use a GPS (global positioning system) handheld device to locate more than 430,000 caches or treasure boxes, hidden around the world on all seven continents including Antarctica. These caches contain small treasures, usually toys or other little trinkets.

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