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Frøslev Plantage - TB Hotel near E45

A cache by DerStefan Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 5/28/2007
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: large (large)

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Geocache Description:







Traditional Cache : "Frøslev Plantage - TB Hotel near E45"



The Location:

 

The Cachelocation is at a very typical area for the Frøslev Plantage. These dunes belong to the Sandgård, a long
driving sand barrier which bigger parts are a bit more south. This environment appeared at the end of the last
ice age approximately 12 000 years ago. In this time the area was very close to a glacier, which covered the
most parts of Jylland and the islands f.e. Sylt or Rømø.

 

The Cache:

 

The Cache is a large Lock&Lock box placed at the dunes. Easy to reach, parking is nearby. Stealth mode is not requiered.
You may notice the "How to reach image" and the spoiler.

Please be not too greedy.


1 bug and 1 coin has to stay always in the cache.



Please write a short note for every bug with name and mission target into the logbook
and maybe other things f.e. if it has to travel in southern or northern direction.

Thanks for your forthcoming visit at the "Frøslev Plantage - TB Hotel".

Greetings from Flensborg.


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Found it 464     Didn't find it 5     Write note 35     Archive 1     Publish Listing 1     

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