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Arkhan's Favourite Caches (shared, public)

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This list consists of some of my all-time (meaning incl. archived) favourite caches in alphabetical order.
This list is by no means complete. I did many other very good caches. This is just a selection of those that really 'stuck' to me. :)
Appreciation is based upon the date found. It's impossible for me to know how a cache will have changed by the time *you* do it. :-)

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X   GC Code Cache Name  

GCQVET Multi-cache "Den Tris" van Zolder
  This very pleasant hike takes you to and past the remainders of a former coal mine. Great views !  

GC5379 Locationless (Reverse) Cache "Timing" is Everything
  A clever Locationless Cache. Fun to try and get right.  

GC3TCMW Multi-cache #13 Pasydonia: The nation
  An inventive Multi cache in the Pasydonia series which in itself is a recommended walk.  

GC6GFPP Unknown Cache #20 Poldercache
  The Final Cache of a great series through a wonderful natural area. 20 kilometres in distance and with several 'spicy' and difficult caches means this is a trip you don't just start out on. If you're on foot, count on spending many hours before you get hold of this one. :-)  

GC42C6C Unknown Cache #21 Pasydonia: Crown Jewels Bonus
  Literally the crown on a superb series. Great hike, great environment !  

GC6KKJM Multi-cache #3 Landloperswandeling
  This cache brings you to a very special place, a cemetary where vagrants were buried. The location is beautiful and peaceful.  

GCW3PQ Traditional Cache (motor) biking in Styria (5) Sölkpass
  This cache is located in a truly spectacular mountain pass, which while maybe not as famous as some other ones, for me definitely is one of the nicest in Austria.  

GC2CXC8 Multi-cache [GLE10] Lambiorix
  Very pleasant and nicely themed Multi cache whose only drawback is that it's too short. You'll want more at the end. :-)  

GC4K60X Multi-cache [GLE13] Nacht van Ninox
  Not too long in distance, this night cache still offers you a challenge as in time it can take quite a while. It's never very difficult but always fun to try and complete.  

GC19MXP Traditional Cache 007 ---> Im Auftrag ihrer Majestät 007
  The views from here, almost 3,000 metres up, are stunning. And getting there by four different cable cars is just as impressive. Go for this one if you can ! One of my favourite places in the Alps. Crowded but definitely not completely overrun.  

GC2P9EN Multi-cache 1 sommet pour 3 Fagnes
  A very nice hike through the High Fens National Park, visiting three fens.  

  A nightcache comprised of 10 individual caches. It's a really great horror adventure that offers all kinds of nightcaching techniques. Definitely one you'll want to do if you're into night caching, believe me !  

GCV7XD Unknown Cache 1664 ECETERA
  Nice walk through the picturesque town of Obernai.  

GC82J7C Traditional Cache 18 vanalleswa Trappies
  Great and fun cache in a wonderful series of 28 which you should definitely all do !  

GC4QANX Multi-cache 1e Slag bij Ypres : Hill 60
  Another 'must go' World War I site. This is the place the movie 'Beneath Hill 60' is all about.  

GC3R5Q8 Unknown Cache 2 €uro Munten "BONUS"
  Splendid cache series. The land is flat here but very beautiful.  

GC7EZ73 Multi-cache 2 FRIGHT NIGHT
  Without doubt one of the creepiest cache boxes I've ever found ! Do this one as part of the complete Fright Night series. You won't regret it !  

GC7KCXP Unknown Cache 21 Trappies bonuscache
  Nice cache series. A bit less exciting than its successor, 'Vanalleswa Trappies', but you could do far worse than spending a couple of hours on this one.  

  Pleasant stretch along the Fright Night nightcache trail that sees the use of even more pleasant to use technology and a nicely crafted, thematic hide.  

  Another great cache in the Fright Night series. Pleasant to do UV trail.  
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