One of the best ways to discover new places in any city is by Geocaching. No matter where your travels take you, there is a Geocache waiting to be discovered. Seattle offers an abundance of Geocaches for the avid treasure hunter.
Carkeek Cache (GC33A) – Said to be the oldest cache in Seattle. Wooded trails, salmon spawning, or a leisurely bench walk in the Carkeek Park make this a must-find.
Department of Magnetism and Gravitation (GCQY5T) – Leisurely wander the University of Washington campus to find this cache. You can also try to solve the Department of Forensic Morphology Annex (GCNFWZ), another local favorite.
Double Bubble Toil and Trouble (GC24H25) - Downtown, near Pike Place Market. Discover the world-famous gum-wall.
Fresh Fish (GC16WQW) - A creative hide and Fisherman's Terminal is the real deal - fresh fish, right off the boats. Are you a "Deadliest Catch" fan?
Hamilton Viewpoint (GCHEGW) - West Seattle. One of the best Seattle views, looking northeast from Alki Point. On most days, you can see Elliott bay, downtown Seattle, Bainbridge Island, the Space Needle, and most of Seattle's major hills.
Olympic Sculpture Walk Park (GC1A2TN) - Downtown. Great waterfront art park - stroll the gardens admiring the sculptures and then enjoy the beach views. The Seattle Art Museum has created a downtown gem.
Still Sleepless in Seattle (GCNHNH) - East Lake Union. Those picturesque house boats, made famous in, "Sleepless in Seattle."
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