Try Geocaching at Canaan Valley WV

Try Geocaching at Canaan Valley WV

New sports and activities like snowboarding and snow tubing have been gaining in popularity at ski resorts throughout the nation in recent years. Though traditional skiing still draws a large crowd, many people enjoy trying new and exciting things while vacationing at ski resorts. One activity being offered at Canaan Valley West Virginia Ski Resort certainly fits the bill.

Geocaching is the first adventure game for GPS users that lets them “be the search engine.” Using their GPS systems, participants attempt to locate hidden containers—referred to as “geocaches”—that have been hidden all over the world by other individuals or organizations. Once you locate a cache, you’re asked to give an account of your experience online for fellow geocachers to read about.

The unique activity is not limited to a certain age group, and can be enjoyed by people of all walks of life. All you need to enjoy geocaching at Ski Resorts in West Virginia is a sense of adventure and, of course, a GPS system. If you don’t already have one, you’re in luck because Canaan Valley West Virginia Ski Resort rents them out all year round for the low cost of $10 for half a day or $15 for a full day. They also provide map coordinates to aid in geocaching.

Geocaching at Canaan Valley Resort is the perfect activity for people who love the outdoors and have an innate sense of adventure—or for those who just want to try something new while visiting Ski Resorts in West Virginia. Need to take a break from the slopes? Explore your surroundings by going on a high-tech treasure hunt, and connect with people all over the world!

In addition to geocaching, Canaan Valley West Virginia Ski Resort offers a multitude of other fun activities. Enjoy Canaan Valley WV Skiing and snowboarding, airboarding, snow tubing, ice skating, cross country skiing and snowshoeing and many other exciting recreational options at this fantastic West Virginia Ski Resort.

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