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==== Victoria ====

Revision as of 10:58, 19 January 2012


Pathtags are personal trading items. Used most often in Geocaching, they are also very handy for Scouting, Military and Promotional use.

A pathtag is a single-sided custom metal tag about the size and weight of a U.S. Quarter, a one Euro coin or an Australian ten cent piece. The precise dimension of Pathtags are 23mm in diameter and 2.0mm thick. Pathtags are made from a solid iron base and are plated in a protective colored plating of either silver, gold, copper, or black nickel.

Pathtags are not typically traveling items such as Geocoins or Travel Bugs. They are generally used as personal "signature items" for Geocaching or other trade item. If found, simply log it and the tag's profile will display for you to view. Unless the profile says otherwise, you are welcome to add it into your permanent collection.

You can read more at http://www.pathtags.com/

Pathtag Participants (Creates / Trades / Sells)


Australian Capital Territory

New South Wales

Northern Territory

  • None yet listed


South Australia



Western Australia