Geocaching souvenirs, badges, and trackable icons

first_imgIcons — trackables you move or discoverIcons on a profileIcons are associated with trackable items.Generic icons display for most trackable items.Promotional icons are created in collaboration with other companies or organizations such as Magic: The Gathering, Michelin, or Jeep®.Customized icons are created when individuals or organizations order large/bulk quantities of icons.IconsWhatever your geocaching style, earning and displaying souvenirs, badges, and icons adds an additional layer of fun and motivation for geocaches. How do you show off your geo-accomplishments? Share with your Friends:More Let’s break it down.Souvenirs — where or when you cacheGeocaching souvenirs on a profileSouvenirs are similar to stickers on a suitcase when traveling around the world. They’re generally awarded for caching in a particular location or on a particular date.Location: If you find a geocache or attend an event in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, you will receive the Alberta province and Canada country souvenir.Alberta province souvenir and Canada souvenirDate: If you log a geocache or attend an event on a special day, such as International Geocaching Day, you will receive the International Geocaching Day souvenir.International Geocaching Day 2017 souvenirSome souvenirs are awarded for logging a particular cache type during a specific time period. For example, you may earn a souvenir for attending or hosting a Geocaching International Film Festival event during GIFF week. However, if you log a Mystery Cache during that time, you will increase your find count, but you will not earn a GIFF souvenir.Geocaching International Film Festival 2017 souvenirBadges — what you accomplishGeocaching badges on a profileBadges are associated with statistics or completing specific tasks such as:Number of consecutive finds (365 in one year)Milestones (finding 500 geocaches)Number of caches owned (10 caches)Number of trackables moved/discoveredBadges are manually added to a geocacher’s profile page with HTML code provided by third-party sites such as Project-GC.com or BadgeGen.com. Occasionally, badges are awarded by Geocaching.com, such as the case of the Haunted Hides badge.Here are examples of badges from BadgeGen:Geocaching badge from BadgeGen Souvenirs, badges, and iconsDo you know the difference between geocaching souvenirs, badges, and icons? They’re all virtual pieces of art for geocachers to earn, collect, and show off. However, each serves a different purpose in different parts of your Geocaching profile.Souvenirs — where or when you cacheBadges — what you accomplishIcons — trackables you move or discover SharePrint RelatedFAQs: The lost treasure of Mary HydeJuly 10, 2017In “Learn”You might be a geocacher if…August 28, 2018In “News”You might be a Trackable Lover if…November 27, 2018In “News”last_img

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