Small World - Find - 150

Often abundant in urban areas, micros allow for hides where larger containers would not normally fit. Some are "evil," others are easy find that point out unique locations. Go find one!


1) Make a micro find*.

The geocaching community calls them "Micros" while the letterboxers call them "Microboxes," but in both cases these hides are described as the size of a film can or smaller. While less room for trade items and larger stamps, micros can still bring you to awesome locations and are often hidden in fun, innovative ways. 

Note: This objective should not be overlapped with another objective "find" objective. 

2) Tell us about your experience making the find in the comments below! If applicable, include the geocache/letterbox number. 

3) Document your find with a photograph and share it on Instagram or Twitter with the tags #QuestScouts and #Geocaching or #Letterboxing.

Remember, if you post to a public Instagram or Twitter account with the tag #QuestScouts your photo will show up on our Scout Board for other Quest Scouts to view and interact with.

*A "find" can be either a geocache or letterbox. Not familiar with either? Watch this video by Groundspeak, the #1 lister of geocaches or read about letterboxing from Atlas Quest.