This article was originally published on Cache Up NB. It has been mirrored here for archive purposes only.
For some of the newer cachers out there, you may not be familiar with the Capturing The Bay geocoin challenge here in NB. To refresh everyone’s memory on this, we’re re-posting the information regarding this challenge. There are still coins left.
Geocachers are tasked with finding a total of eight geocaches spread amongst the four locations. Each geocache location features a prominent vista that showcases our beautiful province. Geocachers find each cache, but must also take a photo at each location. Like the Fundy National Park program, a passport is used to track which geocaches you have found. Once you have completed all eight caches, you can submit your passport to any of the four parks and a coin will be provided to you.
This unique program is a first in the province and the launch event proved to be very successful. Cache Up NB will continue to partner with these great parks to bring you further geocaching adventures.
You can download the passports for this program from the links below.