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A Letterboxing Community

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.

Finding a Letterbox

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.

Carving a Stamp
Also consider picking up a copy of The Letterboxer's Companion which has everything a budding letterboxer needs to know!

What's new on AQ?

Eclipse glasses
Eclipse glasses are now in the AQ Marketplace! Be ready for the first total solar eclipse to hit the contiguous United States in 40 years on August 21st!

Newest Letterboxes

  1. Cease to Exist Cook Islands
  2. Bent Creek Ladybug Asheville, NC
  3. How Long is Forever Corbett, OR
  4. A Mournful Path Cook Islands
  5. Blacktooth Cook Islands
  6. Farm Scenes: Silos Ada, MI
  7. Summer Travel 2016: "Forgetful" Fred goes Camping-Add on Box Comstock Park, MI
  8. Vegas Baby, Vegas - with a Cherry On Top! Las Vegas, NV
  9. Wilson Cook Islands
  10. Don't Ever Judge a Bear Jasper, TX
  11. Salt Lick Cellars Driftwood, TX
  12. Duchman Winery Driftwood, TX
  13. R 147-156 Jasper, TX
  14. Bootsy Cypress, TX
  15. Fish Live Such Interesting Lives Comanche County, OK
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Found a letterbox by accident? Need to contact a member? Use our Contact Member page.
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Using a mobile device? Try the mobile friendly version of AQ! (Okay, to be honest, mobile friendlier!)

Location-Based Search

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Walking 4 Fun

Check out Green Tortuga's newest website!

  1. Track your daily walking, jogging or hiking
  2. Enter your mileage into http://www.Walking4Fun.com
  3. Follow your progress as if you hiked one of several world-famous trails!
Trail Photo