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Amazing Adventure - 01 Mystery Cache

This cache has been archived.

BaSHful: Long promised, much delayed, it's finally time to say goodbye to all my Amazing Adventure caches for all the reasons previously mentioned.

However, I have not yet collected in the cache containers, which might not be for a few days or even a couple of weeks. I will post a further note here when I have done so.

In that interim period I will still accept 'Found it' logs, if there's anyone left who's desperately keen to make a find.


Hidden : 03/22/2007
3.5 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

The first of a series of puzzle caches based around solving
mazes and the challenges embedded within them.

The above co-ordinates are for a pleasant spot on the Greensand Way giving good views across the A24 to the Glory Wood. The cache is secreted somewhere in this general area.

The co-ordinates for the cache are hidden in the maze on this web page:- (visit link)

See the Instructions link to learn how to navigate the maze. The challenges in this maze take the form of cryptic crossword clues. If you don't like these, don't worry, I intend subsequent mazes to have a whole variety of significantly different challenges, including trolls....

Note: I've had a report that there can be a problem viewing my puzzle page with Firefox, but that Internet Explorer appears to be fine. Please let me know if you encounter any problems so that I can fix them.

If you just want to cache and dash then you can find convenient parking at the top of Chart Lane, near where it joins the A24, which is also where the Greensand Way crosses it, at around N51 13.652 W000 19.353.

FTF certificate and a couple of odds and ends in the cache to get things going.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gurer ner n jubyr frevrf bs pyhr uvagf qbggrq nebhaq gur znmr. R.t. ng ybpngvba W12 lbh jvyy svaq "Pyhr uvag: O10 sbhegu = W8 svsgu". Abj fhccbfr lbh fbyir gur pyhr ng ybpngvba O10 gb or 'fhvgpnfr', lbh abj xabj gung gur nafjre gb gur pyhr ng ybpngvba W8 jvyy unir n 'G' nf vgf svsgu yrggre. (Naq ivpr irefn, bs pbhefr.) Gur vqrn vf gung rnpu gvzr lbh fbyir n pyhr vg urycf lbh gbjneqf fbyivat nabgure pyhr. Gurer vf n pnpur uvag va gur znmr. Vavgvnyyl V fnvq lbh qba'g ernyyl arrq vg, ohg whqtvat ol gur nagvpf bs gur svefg gjb svaqref vg zvtug or jbegu lbhe juvyr pbyyrpgvat vg!

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)