This graticule covers the part of Russia from 55° to 56° latitude, and from 37° to 38° longitude. It contains the city of Moscow, which is so large that if you wait for only a few days, you are likely to get a geohash within the Moscow Automobile Ring Road. Such geohash is usually easy to reach either by car or by Metro. Of course, it is important to check that the geohash does not land on a building; however, since Moscow is not covered by a single giant building, this issue does not cause much inconvenience.
The hashes outside Moscow often fall in some small towns and are therefore also relatively easy to access, especially if your car is compatible with Russian rural roads. Finally, there are hashes which happen to be in a forest far from any roads. They are generally very hard to reach.
Unfortunately, there are none now.
Here are the three most recent expeditions in reverse chronological order:
- 2015-11-07: Alexey Nigin visited a location in the North-East of Moscow.
- 2015-09-20: Alexey Nigin went on a really difficult hash just outside Moscow.
- 2014-09-06: An anonymous person failed to reach the coordinates in the South of Moscow.
The list above may be outdated; check this page for a reliable version. If you attempt an expedition yourself, no matter if it is successful or not, please add the link here.
Alexey Nigin is currently the only one. He is frustrated by the fact that he meets nobody at the hashes. If you want to make an expedition, poke him and he will join you unless he has some serious things to do.
Like the list of recent expeditions, this list may be outdated and/or erroneous. A better version is here.
12-21, 12-11, 12-08, 11-27, 10-25, 10-21, 10-19, 10-12, 09-28, 09-27, 09-22, 09-09, 08-30, 08-11, 08-02, 08-01, 07-15, 07-12, 07-01, 06-28, 06-24, 06-28, 06-28, 06-28, 06-28, 06-28, 06-11, 06-02, 05-29, 05-25, 05-18, 05-17, 05-02, 04-29, 04-21, 04-16, 04-11, 03-26, 03-21, 03-16, 03-14, 03-07, 03-06, 02-21, 02-20, 02-15, 02-01, 01-26, 01-05
To be added later