In plain sight or can be found in a few minutes of searching.
Terrain is likely to be paved, is relatively flat, and less than a 1km walk is required.
The average geocache hunter would be able to find this in less than 30 minutes of hunting.
|Suitable for small children
Terrain is generally along marked track, there are no steep elevation changes or heavy undergrowth. Less than a 3km walk required.
An experienced geocache hunter will find this challenging, and it could take up a good portion of an afternoon.
|Not suitable for small children
The average adult or older child should be OK depending on physical condition. Terrain is likely off-track. May have one or more of the following: some undergrowth, some steep elevation changes, or more than a 3km walk.
A real challenge for the experienced geocache hunter – may require special skills or knowledge, or in-depth preparation to find. May require multiple days / trips to complete.
|Experienced outdoor enthusiasts only
Terrain is probably off-track. Will have one or more of the following: very heavy undergrowth, very steep elevation (requiring use of hands), or more than a 15km walk. May require an overnight stay.
A serious mental or physical challenge. May require specialized knowledge or skills to find or open the geocache.
|Extremely challenging terrain
Requires specialized equipment (boat/kayak, 4WD, rock climbing, SCUBA, etc.) or is otherwise extremely difficult.