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Design A Tag

Designing your own tag is fun and easy! Feeling creative and adventurous and want tips and templates? Need "professional help" from one of our Design Partners? You can get all that and more on our design page. Learn tips and tricks and find easy links to our helpful, affordable design pros.

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What Are Pathtags?

Found a shiny Pathtag and wondering what to do with it? The short answer: Log it here (click the icon in the top) and you are free to keep it for your collection! Now that you found one, we know you can't suppress your curiosity! Click the read more link below to learn about the wonderful world of Pathtags!

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The Community

Pathtags are more than a pretty face, as a customer you get access to our Community features too. Since 2006 our community has enhanced the value of Pathtags by allowing you to connect with friends, collect, trade, and track your Pathtags.

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153,657 taggers from 82 countries have made 37,855 tag designs, completed 817,245 trades, and collected 2,767,223 tags using our online tools. Get in on all the fun! Buy a starter kit today!

Pacific Lamprey Challenge

When the US Fish and Wildlife Department wanted to create a challenge cache series to educate the public about the Pacific Lamprey, they wanted to give participants something to remember the experience by.  They were looking for a gift that would be meaningful to Geocachers, but which is available on a budget.  They selected Pathtags!

The only way to get their beautiful tag is by completeing the cache series, located just Southwest of Olympia, Washington.

Here are all six mystery cache sites:
 
The overall goals of this program are:
  • Educate the public about the Pacific Lamprey
  • Educate the public about the Chehalis River Basin and the partners working to conserve/restore it.
  • Connect People With Nature via geocaching

More information is availble at this website



Walton Robotics FIRST Team 2974 Pathtag

FIRST is a nonprofit organization founded by famed inventor Dean Kamen to promote Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) careers among young people. The vehicle for making this happen is a program of competitive robotics tournaments for children as young as Kindergarten through high school.

In 2013, Walton Robotics Team 2974 decided to do something special to leave a lasting impression on the people they "crossed paths with" at their competition.  They created a Pathtag to give to other attendees! 

Lisa Malice, one of the team's mentors, said "The pathtags were a big hit with the students because it was a unique give-away and because of the creative approach to spreading our message. Geocachers I met loved it, but the muggle families I talked with were really intrigued! We are starting to see log ins pop up on our tag map, including the ones I sent to Australia and Oregon to collectors who agreed to place them in geocaches."

For more information, please visit the team website, www.waltonrobotics.org


Mega Event Tag Order Guidance

Event Date Approve By
S*W*A*Gs Yuma Mega 16 02/10/19 12/16/18
83 days left!
17th Annual Texas Challenge and Festival 03/09/19 01/12/19
110 days left!
Hoorns cache event 2019 03/16/19 01/19/19
117 days left!
BRUGSE BEER IX 04/13/19 02/16/19
145 days left!
Hamburg - Im Wandel der Zeit 05/04/19 03/09/19
166 days left!
Great Moravia - AfterParty 2019 05/04/19 03/09/19
166 days left!
ASP Geobash XIV 05/18/19 03/23/19
180 days left!
GeoWoodstock 2019 05/25/19 03/30/19
187 days left!
Vikingevent 2019 06/08/19 04/13/19
201 days left!

Dates are estimates for guidance only, they do not constitute a guarantee of delivery. Production times vary. These dates are based on 8 weeks of production & delivery time.

Customer Stories

There are over 586 user stories, these are just a few!
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"I found my first PathTag in Sept 2007, but didn't have one of my own made until May 2009. In the past year I have experienced the joy of creating my own PathTags and collecting them 8 times now. I had an idea for a tag design for the Pern Club on the PathTags Forums. With an excellent artwork by TX Dreamweaver and the great work by the PathTags blueprinters my Pern tag was born. I had concerns about it's producibility given the many small details in the design. When I received my tags I couldn't be more pleased. They look fantastic. I'm working on the design for my next tag now. Stay tuned. . ."

houmildex



"I received my tag in the mail yesterday and I was extremely pleased! Not only is the tag beautiful, but it came about 2 weeks earlier than I had expected!!! I am looking forward to trading my tag and designing another!"

Lord Elwood



"I got my tag about the time I was expecting it and was really impressed with how it looks. I can't wait to start trading. "

T-Hunter


"We just got our BEAUTIFUL Path Tags yesterday, thank-you so much. And I really want to thank Pathman for helping us with our first tags. "


"Este es mi primero, y estoy realmente contento del trabajo qiue habeis realizado, gracias!!"



"This being our first we were like little kids at christmas. We were trading before tags shiped. We are now thinking about a reorder and a new tag. kmhiker"

Love2Labs/kmhiker



"This is our first pathtag and we are very excited to receive it. The quality is excellent and the response for trades has been overwhelming. I guess we need to order more."

mccachers simi



"Wow! We could not believe how good our 1st Pathtag came out! We are fully addicted now & got to trade them at GeoWoodstock VIII in Seattle! We went thru 200 already and have placed a reorder! We plan on order more different tags soon!"

sparrows_gold



"ROCKY GLEN GROMMETS received their first shipment of tags today - Grom2 will especially like the Yamaha Blue and Grom1 will love the orange of KTM - whilst we all love the leg that Australia stands on (Yorke Peninsula). Midnightgothicangel has done a great job in helping us with our designs - just ordered another 4 (based on the Curramulka Emu)"

Rocky Glen Grommets


"If you would have said in 2007 that I would have pathtags made as a signature coin, I would have said you were off your rocker. ;) My husband found the game of Geocaching in September of 2007, by accident, with the purchase of a GPSr. As we were working different shift schedules, he evenings and I working days...he spent quite a bit of time "nightcaching". I later got more involved after we met some great people who are now great friends. Then pathtags were discovered! When I learned that these were items you could keep, unlike the travel coins, I was hooked! This is our first pathtag and much to my husband's dismay, this may be as bad as my "purse and shoes addictions". Thanks for all the patience in getting this one just right. :) "