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Quinson #1, la table d'orientation

A cache by bob_13 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 4/13/2008
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
3 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Circuit pédestre de 2 km, dénivelé de 120m, autour du village de Quinson, près du Verdon.
Circuit pedestrian 2 km altitude of 120m around the village of Quinson, by the Verdon.


Le petit village de Quinson près du Verdon est connu depuis la découverte de la Baume Bonne, caverne habitée par l’homme préhistorique vers 700000 ans A/J. Depuis cette découverte l’activité culturelle s’est poursuivie par la construction du musée de la Préhistoire des Gorges du Verdon, d’un village préhistorique reconstitué où l’on peut s’initier à la taille des silex.
Cette première cache vous fera grimper sur la falaise par un sentier qui mène à une table d’orientation (W1). A mi-chemin, quelques panneaux vous expliqueront l’évolution du paysage de la vallée depuis l’époque préhistorique, due aux variations climatiques et à la main de l’homme.
Le parking le plus proche est sur le bord de la route en PK.
La cache, placée à 3 m du sentier, est une boite étanche en plastique et contient :
- Logbook et crayon.
– cigale-magnet.
– mousqueton bleu.
– insigne « smile ».
– bougie.
– TB « Citroën 2 CV ».

The small village of Quinson near Verdon has been known since the discovery of « la Baume Bonne », cave inhabited by prehistoric man to let 700000 A / J. Since this discovery cultural activity has continued with the construction of the Museum of Prehistory of the Gorges du Verdon, a reconstituted prehistoric village where people can learn about the size of flint.
This first cache will climb on the cliff by a trail that leads to an orientation table (W1). Halfway, a few signs will show you the changing landscape of the valley since prehistoric times, due to climate changes and human hands.
The nearest parking is on the side of the road in PK.
The cache, placed 3 meters from the trail is a sealed plastic box and contains:
-- Logbook and pencil.
-- Cicada-magnet.
-- Blue carabiner.
-- Insignia "smile".
-- Candle.
-- TB "Citroen 2 CV."

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