The regular sized geocache “4 Jan” (GC1T8R0) hides in Holyrood Park in Edinburgh, Scotland. But the geocache isn’t “for” someone named Jan. It has a different meaning altogether.
Cache owner C3P4J created “4 Jan” as his first hide. He writes in the cache description that the name of the cache is the anniversary date of his wedding. He and his fiance were married on January 4th.
Geocachers discover more than a sentimental geocache. They are treated to amazing views of Edinburgh and the Firth of Forth.
The size of this cache makes it easy to trade items, sign the log book or even drop a Travel Bug.
Depending on the route that you take, the three star terrain trek may require a bit of steep climbing. The payoffs also include an unforgettable visit to the ruins of St. Anthony’s Chapel (pictured above and below).
The cache has been found more than 150 times since to was placed in June of 2009.
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