Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #30


By Larry Billinger

Gear up for the 30th iteration of our enthralling geographical quest with “Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #30.” Your skills have been honed over many challenges, and now it’s time to apply them once more. Embark on this new adventure with no initial clues and trust in your accumulated knowledge and instincts to guide you.

The Challenge:

A mysterious satellite image awaits, ready to test your sleuthing skills. Can you decipher its secrets and pinpoint the exact location captured in the image?


  • Day 1: None. Dive into this challenge relying on your experience and geographical insight.
  • Day 2: Skiing.
  • Day 3: Top 10 largest
  • Day 4: Rocky Mountain High


  • No Initial Clues: Start this challenge guided only by your wit and skills.
  • No Reverse Image Search: Continue to uphold the spirit of fair competition by refraining from using reverse image search engines.
  • One Entry Per Participant: Focus your efforts and submit only one guess.
  • Ensure Accuracy: The precision of your coordinates is essential.
  • Valid Entries: Participation is recognized through comments on the blog exclusively.

Leaderboard Update:

Congratulations to Mark S for securing another win! The leaderboard has been updated to celebrate his achievements:

RankNameNumber of Wins
1Kenny W10
3Mark S2
3Christina C2
3Deborah M2
4David G1
4Mike M1
4Jacob W1

How to Enter:

  1. Examine the Image: Be on the lookout for the satellite image posted on our blog.
  2. Identify the Coordinates: Apply your map-reading talents to determine the location’s GPS coordinates.
  3. Post on the Blog:
    • Navigate to the ‘Satellite Sleuths’ contest page.
    • Write your coordinates in the comments, along with your name.
    • Click ‘Post Comment’ to submit your guess.
  4. Await the Outcome: The first participant to correctly determine the location will be announced as the winner on our blog.

The Reward:

The winner of GPS Challenge #30 will ascend our leaderboard and gain the prestigious title of Satellite Sleuth champion.

Set out on this new journey of discovery. Who will be the first to decode the enigma in Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #30?

4 thoughts on “Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #30

    1. Nice to see you back Kenny!!! You got it right, but Zach got to it just before you. I’m posting another tonight though. It’s a doozy.

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