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    Geocaching is a real-world outdoor hunting game offered by Groundspeak. It enables players to try locating hidden containers, called geocaches, using smartphones and other GPS-enabled devices and then share their experiences online.
    HQSeattle, WA, US
    Employee Ratings4.4
    Overall CultureB

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    Employees (est.) (Oct 2021)111
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    Key People/Management at Geocaching

    Bryan Roth

    Bryan Roth

    Co-Founder and President
    Jennifer Arterburn

    Jennifer Arterburn

    Chief Operating Officer
    Matt Quint

    Matt Quint

    Chief Financial Officer
    Jeremy Irish

    Jeremy Irish

    Senior Vice President
    Tom Phillips

    Tom Phillips

    Vice President Marketing and Merchandise
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    Geocaching Office Locations

    Geocaching has an office in Seattle
    Seattle, WA, US (HQ)
    837 N 34th St #300
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    Geocaching Financials and Metrics

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    Geocaching Blogs

    Britain’s highest Geocache — Geocache of the Week

    Traditional GCG6XD by Jurassic Parkinsons Difficulty: 4.5 Terrain: 5 Location: Northern Scotland N 56° 47.797′ W 005° 00.107′ “The mountains are calling & I must go.” – John Muir  Although there are now over three million active geocaches, only a select few stand above the rest and can claim the…

    Adventure Lab® Spotlight: Scary stories to tell in the dark Venice

    With Halloween just around the corner, we’re getting in the spooky spirit. Cachers can find this Adventure, Scary stories to tell in the dark Venice, in the heart of one of Italy’s most iconic cities. With its Renaissance history, elegant architecture, and enchanting canals, Venice is known for its …

    Three reasons to add friends on

    Geocaching friends are handy for lots of reasons—they offer a second pair of eyes looking for the cache, they can distract any muggles nearby, or maybe they brought that special tool of the trade. The list goes on! It’s easy to see the benefits of geocaching friends when you’re out in the field, but…

    Geocache of the Week Flashback Edition: Butterfly Garden @ Changi Airport T3 Transit

    Traditional GC1HA96 by orangefizzy Difficulty: 1 Terrain: 1 Location: Singapore N 01° 21.472′ E 103° 59.176′ Feeling the need to spread your wings and explore somewhere new? Looking for a chance to migrate or get a change of scenery? Let your wildest dreams take flight with this week’s flashback to …

    Cachers improve the outdoors

    As seasoned geocachers know, taking care of the outdoor spaces where we geocache is an important part of the game we love so much. Geocachers are lucky enough to have a whole planet as their game board and they take their responsibility for maintaining and improving that game board seriously. Many c…

    Hiding your first geocache

    So you are finally ready to hide your first geocache? You have found over 20 caches, explored different cache types, and challenged yourself with different levels of difficulty and terrain? Now you can hide one of your very own! There are a few steps you need to complete before you hide your first c…
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    Geocaching Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Geocaching founded?

      Geocaching was founded in 2000.

    • Who are Geocaching key executives?

      Geocaching's key executives are Bryan Roth, Jennifer Arterburn and Matt Quint.

    • How many employees does Geocaching have?

      Geocaching has 111 employees.

    • Who are Geocaching competitors?

      Competitors of Geocaching include Electronic Chart Centre, Globula and Geodata Systems Technologies.

    • Where is Geocaching headquarters?

      Geocaching headquarters is located at 837 N 34th St #300, Seattle.

    • Where are Geocaching offices?

      Geocaching has an office in Seattle.

    • How many offices does Geocaching have?

      Geocaching has 1 office.