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Diamond Hill (Connemara)

Hidden : 09/27/2007
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3.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

The original cache was hidden here by schuchuuu and myself (pookeen) and Macadonis will look after it for the foreseeable future. It is a small tablock box now with a tube containing the logbook inside and lots of space for TBs.


Diamond Hill (Connemara)


This cache is a nice walk to the top of the Diamond Hill, which can be found in the Connemara national parc.

It is a 7 km walk and starts nearby the Visitor Center.

The path is quite safe and you get a brilliant view on the atlantic and the surroundings.

The box was renewed in the august of 2015. Write into your log which items you traded. Trade fair ;-)

Start at N 53° 33.094 W 009° 56.627 and follow the signs to the „Upper Diamond Hill Walk“. This trip might take about 2,5 hours.

The cache can be found on the way to the top of the hill (look at a grey rock with a white, embedded stone).

Please hide the cache very carefully after finding!

Parking: N 53°33.027 W 009° 56.741

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

2z sebz gur cngu, oruvaq n fdhner fgbar.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



  • Nice ViewDuring the walk you can see the Atlantic and some of the "twelve bens"

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