NO LIMIT – Centrale d’Oxygène Liquide — Geocache of the Week

Mystery Cache
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N 49° 29.329′ E 005° 58.308′

Have you ever wanted to feel like a super spy while geocaching? You may get your chance in Audun-Le-Tiche, Luxembourg. Mystery Cache NO LIMIT – Centrale d’Oxygène Liquide looks like a secret base in a James Bond movie. It is one of Luxembourg’s top-favorited geocaches and is the country’s most-found Mystery Cache.

Constructed in 1937, Centrale d’Oxygène Liquide was a factory used for storing liquid oxygen and transforming ore. It later became a major manufacturer of steel and iron before shutting their furnaces off in 1997. Now abandoned, the vacant factory has been used for graffiti art competitions and curious exploration. Much of the equipment is still there and makes for an eerie walk on the way to ground zero.

The cache owner urges cachers not to attempt this T5 cache alone and to bring proper climbing gear. To log your find make your way through the factory and climb up high on one of the structures.

On the way up

Empty factory

Rain or shine
Relaxing at GZ
Found it!

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Andrew Baldwin
Andrew is a community manager at Geocaching HQ. He is typically laughing at his own jokes, getting into mischief with Signal, or looking for the next adventure.