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Découvrez le géocaching !

Découvrez le géocaching !

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About : Découvrez le géocaching !

Immerse yourself in the incredible story of Count Lavalette, postmaster and principal aide-de-camp to Napoleon. You will seek the clues left by him, allowing to open the chest, which he was entrusted by the emperor before the campaign of Russia and which had remained hidden ... until today! This game, lasting about 1h30 will allow you to dicover in a fun way downtown Rueil Malmaison, mixing historical plots and today's technologies. Geocaching is indeed a leisure that consists of using geo-positioning to search for a "cache" thanks to its GPS coordinates. With your family, or with friends, your smartphone will help you locate the place. All you have to do is find the hidden hiding places. Thus, thanks to the clues gathered, you will find the code to open the treasure chest carefully preserved at the Tourist Office.

How to start the adventure?
1) Have a smartphone connected to the internet.
2) Download the official application Geocaching® or Geocaching® Intro on iPhone or Android
3) Create your account (free) in minutes
4) Select a geocache from the 4 of the course: GC6BY14 / GCA04E / GC6CWXY or GC3QR84
5) Go to its location and read the clues!
6) Once found, fill the logbook and photograph the clue placed in each cache, to open the chest of Lavalette!

En route and good luck!

33 rue Jean Le Coz 92500 Rueil-Malmaison France

Phone : 01 47 32 35 75

e-mail :


Period: Autumn, Summer, Winter, Spring


Free access.


Spoken languages : French

Client and group

Publics : Children


Opening hours tourist office :

Monday to friday : 10 am to 12.30 pm and 1.30 pm to 6.00 pm

The Tourist Office is located at 33, rue Jean Le Coz.

Travelling to Rueil-Malmaison :

By Public transport from Paris : RER line A toward Saint-Germain-en-Laye, get off at Rueil-Malmaison station and then, bus n 144 or 467, stop Eglise de Rueil or n 27, stop Bois-Préau.

By car from Paris : exit Porte Maillot, Pont de Neuilly, then road RD 913, towards Rueil-Malmaison.