New to letterboxing?
Letterboxing combines artistic ability with "treasure-hunts" in parks, forests, and cities around the world. Participants seek out hidden letterboxes by cracking codes and following clues. The prize: an image from a miniature piece of art known as a rubber stamp—usually a unique, hand-carved creation.
Letterboxers stamp their discoveries in a personal journal, then use their own rubber stamp, called a signature stamp, to stamp into the letterbox's logbook.
Atlas Quest started as a set of tools for letterboxers, but has grown into a community of letterboxers. Pull up a chair, meet new friends, and dig into letterboxing.
- Prickly woman Eloy, AZ
- Sidewinder Tonopah, AZ
- Spring is in the air Oakdale, MN
- You Quack Me Up, Duc!
- Can February March? No but April May. Northeast Los Angeles, CA
- Boxes at Sequalichew Creek Dupont, WA
- Flitterriffic Steilacoom, WA
- Hibiscus Naalehu, HI
- Color me Arizona Benson, AZ
- The Moon Tree Portland, OR
- Penny Lane Evansville, IN
- The Fox's Den Tallahassee, FL
- Monkey,Banana Trees in the Garden Fayetteville, NC
- "I'm Crested" Tucson, AZ
- NW Tree Old Fort Lowell, AZ
Walking 4 Fun
Check out Green Tortuga's newest website!
- Track your daily walking, jogging or hiking
- Enter your mileage into http://www.Walking4Fun.com
- Follow your progress as if you hiked one of several world-famous trails!