Caches in Germany
A cache is usually a container of various sizes. Each cache contains a notebook, so-called logbook, a pen or pencil and small items for exchange, which are left here by the cachers. Each cache has its own unique GC code. You can also find wooden coins in the caches, so-called SWG. You are welcome to keep these as a souvenir!
Farewell fossil fuels
Münster’s Aasee is known as a small oasis of tranquility in the German metropolis. There you can walk, sail and pedal boat. With this cache you get to know the lake and its surroundings in a new way. A little tip up front: It includes a small round trip and this emission-free!
Save the Earth
Art meets climate.
In Münster there are several caches that are very special. The common idea is to show a photo of a special feature in the city in the listing without revealing the exact location. You only get to know where the feature is located. In this cache, the destnation is located exactly where the photo was taken and shows how art can also be used to fight the climate crisis.
Back to Nature
Here, adventurers can expect a varied walk that takes you through the green heart of downtown Münster. On this tour, you’ll learn how renaturation plays an important role as a potential restoration of ecosystems, while also being an enhancement to the quality of life for citizens by creating recreational and experiential spaces. Be excited!
With this cache you will get to know the beautiful Emsauen in the German Münsterland. The Emsauen are a nature reserve that serve as a habitat for a great diversity of species. This short tour shows you how a harmonious coexistence of the residents of the adjacent city and nature with its creatures can work and what history is hidden behind their coexistence.
A bird sanctuary near the city centre? Münster has one: In the Rieselfeldern you can observe rare bird species and take a walk to relax from everyday life.
Just six kilometres north of Münster’s city centre lies a wetland that could hardly be more idyllic: On your search for the cache, you’ll encounter a mosaic of shallow water and reed beds, wet grassland and avenues of fruit trees. Above all, however, you will discover birds of various species that have found a home in the 230-hectare nature reserve. Many endangered bird species find a shelter here where they can breed and where they can find enough food for themselves and their young.
Attention puzzle solvers, this cache is for you. The Botanical Garden in the castle park in Münster introduces the diversity of the plant world in an entertaining and understandable way. Other important functions of the garden are the protection of endangered plant species and generally a contribution to the preservation of biodiversity. Finally, the garden serves as a place for recreation, relaxation, and inspiration. Our riddles take you along the ecosystem of trees.
Activity in Germany is led by Romero Initiative (CIR)
Romero Initiative (CIR) has stood for labour and human rights since 1981. Our work focuses on Central America and on the support of movements and organizations in Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. Moreover, we support campaigns and educational work in Germany.
Our goal is to build a connection between the countries of the Global South and Germany. In the spirit of our name giver, the Salvadorian archbishop Óscar Romero — whose life ended abruptly for fighting against poverty and social injustice in El Salvador — CIR works incessantly against injustice and standing up for the poor.