Motoleni says, “Bei meinen Motorradtouren im Gebirge habe ich immer wieder alte Wegmarkierungen in Form von Steinmännchen gesehen.So kam der Gedankediese Idee auch fürs Geocaching zu verwenden. Das erste Steinmännchen steht bei mir Garten und die Resonanz der Geocacher ist überwältigend. Jede Menge toll bemalter Steine und nicht weniger tolle Logeinträge. Inzwischen ist die Zahl der Steinmännchen auf 9 angewachsen. Verschiedene Owner haben mich angemailt, und gefragt, ob sie diese Idee aufgreifen können.”The difficulty 1, terrain 3.5 cache was placed in April of 2008. It’s been found nearly 40 times since. Geocachers who have logged the find write, “The way to this cache is quite challenging, but worth doing. We wouldn’t have done it if not for the cache. The view from the top is really marvelous! Good shoes are recommended for the walk.”You can explore all the world of geocaching by checking out all Geocaches of the Week.Share with your Friends:More A cairn at the site of “Steinmaenncher 3” SharePrint Related”Swan Valley Safe” GC2MRF0 GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – February 21, 2011February 22, 2011In “Community”Aloha from Hawaii! — Honu Beach Cache (GC102CV) — Geocache of the WeekJanuary 20, 2016In “Community””DSOM – Minero las piedras” GC273NE GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – November 21, 2011November 21, 2011In “Community” View from “Steinmaenncher 3″“Steinmaenncher” translates to English as “Stone Man.” Steinmaennchen 3(GC1BZ5M) is one of nearly two dozen geocaches throughout the island nation of Seychelles. The traditional cache takes geocachers up a steep slope and through a dense jungle on the main island, just outside the capitol city of Victoria.The key piece of advice from the cache owner, Motoleni, is to bring adequate water for the 1.5 km hike.We asked Motoleni why he named the geocache “Steinmaenncher.” His answer, in his native German, below, describes seeing the “Stone Men,” or cairns, as he drove his motorcycle through the mountains. The piles of rocks were used to hold sign posts. He asks geocachers to create a cairn at the site of the geocache. So far, there are nine cairns at the site – some even have painted rocks.