Little Eden (Waikato)
In North Island, New Zealand
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A small cache in a lovely, quite reserve a short way out of Otorohanga. It is a nice picnic spot.
The Te Raumauku Reserve was a favourite childhood haunt of Mrs Panorama Ana Kit. Along the road of the same name (1.9km along) is a fantastic view. On a clear day you can see for miles, including Mt Ruapehu. The reserve is a quiet spot with lots of parking and is great for a picnic. It is a short loop track with steps but it is certainly more pleasant in summer, some areas get a little slippery in the winter. If it has been raining, it can be difficult to navigate with small children without having to push them bodily up the slopes. However, only one set of steps and a small hill later on have this problem.
The co-ordinates given are near the cache, not exactly at the cache because even on very fine days it can be difficult to get a reading at the location of the cache due to the trees.
When you get to the point marked, seek glory up high...but you will have to look within. Don't take yourself too close to the edge though!
Contents include: log book, pencil and sharpener, $2, spinning top, balloon, star keyring, pack of chalk, small bag of red glass beads, Pirate geocoin.
Cache is a 400ml sistema.
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Tb hc nf sne nf vf fnsryl cbffvoyr, gb gur frpbaq 'cyngsbez.
Vg vf va n fnsr cynpr, abg gbb pybfr gb gur rqtr.
Last Updated: on 2/23/2013 10:14:18 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (6:14 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum