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Traditional Geocache

Suuri Pyhäkala

A cache by elpuri Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 7/6/2008
1.5 out of 5
3.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Pientä patikointia vaativa peruskätkö Lappeenrannassa
A traditional cache requiring a little bit of hiking in Lappeenranta

Kätköpaikka sijaitsee Lappeenrannan eteläosassa Suuri Pyhäkala järven rannalla. Kätkö itsessään ei ole vaikeassa paikassa (oikeasti! ), vaan 3,5 maastoluokitus johtuu siitä, että kätkö on pienen patikkamatkan päässä eikä polkuja juuri ole. Kätkö on luultavasti mahdollista löytää myös talvella. Soita spoilerpuhelu (numero löytyy puhelinluettelosta) mikäli kaipaat apuja talvella.

Varsinainen kätkörasia on vajaan puolen litran lock 'n lock loora, johon geokolikot ja järkevän kokoiset travel bugit mahtuvat mainiosti.

Olethan varovainen kallioilla liikkuessasi. Etenkin sateen jälkeen kallion pinta on petollisen liukas!

The cache site is located on the shore of the lake Suuri Pyhäkala (loosely translated The Great Holy Fish). The cache itself is not in a very difficult place (really! ) and the 3,5 T-rating is due to the hike you must take to get to the cache site and the fact that there are no trails. It's probably possible to find the cache during winter time. If you have trouble finding it you can ask for a spoiler (I'm listed in the phonebook).

The actual cache is a half a liter lock 'n lock container that has plenty of room for geocoins and reasonably sized travellers.

Remember to be carefull when walking on the rocks. Especially after rain they're really slippery.

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Last Updated: on 7/9/2018 2:29:43 AM Pacific Daylight Time (9:29 AM GMT)
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