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R - Alphabet Challenge R

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Hidden : 04/06/2007
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

This is Alphabet Challenge R, a Micro container hidden near Rattlebrook within Dartmoor national park.

The Alphabet Challenge consists of 25 caches plus the final (Z).
There are 5 individual series consisting of 4 consonants giving information for the vowel in each group.

The order of caches to find,

A needs B,C,D,F
E needs G,H,J,K
I needs L,M,N,P
O needs Q,R,S,T
U needs V,W,X,Y
Z needs A,E,I,O,U

"WARNING" This cache is within a Firing Range, DO NOT go past the Red Range Marker posts when the Range Flags are Flying. Or at night when Red lights are visible.

"WARNING" DO NOT PICK UP any object in the area due to the fact that it is a Military Training Area where Troops use "Blank Ammunition" and or Pyrotechnic munitions.

More information regarding the area can be found at (visit link)

If you encounter any suspicious objects; mark the area, note the location and inform the Training Area Commandant on 01837 650010, or the local police on 08452 777444

You should ensure you are properly prepared before undertaking this challenge as this part of the moor is desolate and can be very wet.

There is NO mobile signal in a large part of this area of Dartmoor, you need to bear this in mind in case of emergencies.
The GPS signal at the cache site should not present a problem.
You will need to take a pencil/pen for the log.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gel nebhaq gur onfr bs JQ-21

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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