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Jacob's Ladder (Auckland)

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Hidden : 3/28/2008
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Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

A cache located on an old, little known urban walkway on the fringe of the central city.

Before the harbour bridge and approach motorway was constructed in the late 1950's, St Mary's Bay was a pretty little beach near the city centre.

The parking area given is on the old cliffs above the former St Mary's Bay. The walkway leads to directly to the cliff edge, then over it goes on a feature known locally as Jacob's Ladder.

This cache is not recommended for vertigo sufferers! Take care on the 'ladder' when descending.

The cache is on public land. There is no need to climb the security fences into the motorway reserve, or the private property.

You are looking for a 1 litre sistema container with some camo. Watch out for muggles who can appear suddenly. This route is popular with locals.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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