State Highpoints and Geocaching


Above is a beautiful summer picture (note the snow line) of Denali, AKA Mount Mckinley, in Alaska. It’s summit, at 20,237 feet above sea level, is the highest point in the State of Alaska (as well as the highest in The United States, and all of North America in it’s case). Because most State Highpoints are Earthcaches (more on that later), Geocachers are much more likely than the general public to have heard of the hobby of Highpointing, in which participants aspire to visit the high points of all 50 United States. You can learn more about Highpointing and join The Highpointers Club by visiting their website or Facebook page.

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An interview with Geocacher Bangkok_Ian

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Many of our readers may remember when we announced our TravelFleas (Now GeoFleaz) Holiday gift certificate contest winner in early December, 2014, we noted that our winner would make a good interview candidate. That winner, Bangkok_Ian, is a very well-traveled Geocacher from Foxwood, England, a suburb of York. It took a couple of months, but we finally got that done, and it is a good interview. Read on!

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