Welcome to the Geolympix Home Page. From here you can discover more about our plans for the Geolympix Mega event, including the return of our challenges, and learn how you can support us and our focus charity, along with the UK MAZE Fund, helping to bring the MAZE and its icon to the UK for the first time.
Don't miss our online shop, or save your pennies and read up on the team which is bringing the Geolympix to you. You can also get more info by contacting or following us, and/or looking at the sponsors and links page. Also, don't miss the National Geocaching Awards or Caching Film Festival pages!
GEOLYMPIX: ASHRIDGE 2016
Sunday July 31st 2016 at Ashridge Estate, Berkhamsted, Herts, UK. Free to attend and park!
New features include:
10.04.16 - Sorry for the slow updates. Busy busy! You can always check Facebook and Twitter for more regular news.
04.02.16 - We've gone Mega again (woop!) and that brings lots of extra support from Groundspeak, the company behind Geocaching.com. That includes a visit by none other than Signal the Frog (Geocaching's mascot) as well as our own Geolympix Geoff (the 'Georilla'), plus the ok to use GIFF movies in our film festival, goodies to give away as prizes, our own Souvenir, Geolympix trackable icon, etc.
31.01.16 - The nominations for the first National Geocaching Awards are now open! The list of categories to be voted on in the awards in May and June was announced at 8pm and can be seen on the Awards Page. The more British and Irish cachers who nominate, the better the awards will represent the views of the caching community. Your help is appreciated!
08.10.15 - Town Farm Camping of Pitstone is now open for booking in July 2016. Minimum of two nights and they do get booked up quickly, we're told. Please mention Geocaching when booking and ask to be put with other cachers!
04.10.15 - With GC5XXYY now live, it's time to launch this website! Please log your Will Attend there if you intend to come, and include an idea of numbers in your group please, as this will help with planning.
While Geocaching isn't a competitive game as such, many people who play it enjoy beating their personal-bests, completing various stats-based challenges, pushing themselves to solve difficult puzzle caches and difficult physical challenges too. To reflect this aspect of Geocaching, the Geolympix team is setting-up a selection of caches and series to give visitors the opportunity to achieve their geocaching goals.