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Hidden : 7/5/2008
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Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This multi-cache will take you throughout much of the Leatherman's Ridge Preserve.

Expect a walk of about 45 minutes to an hour.

Use extreme care around the rocks and cliffs and bring a flashlight - you'll need it.:)

This cache is located in Leatherman's Ridge Park. This 33-acre preserve is one of the last remaining undeveloped open spaces located in Bedford Hills and contains woodlands, slopes, rock outcroppings and of course one of the Leatherman's caves. For more on the Leatherman see: (visit link)
The trailhead and parking can be found at the end of Dwight Lane at N 41 14.435 W 073 42.084.

The first two caches are micros and the final is a standard 30 cal ammo can. Please rehide the caches as you found them. Thanks.

The second cache can be difficult due to the terrain, if you choose (however not recommended) you can bypass this stage by adding 0.137 N and 0.153 W to the stage 2 coordinates found at Stage 1.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Fgntr 1 - Ubyr va gur jnyy
Fgntr 2 - Yrngurezna'f ynve - 4 cnprf va ba yrsg
Svany - gerr ba n ebpx

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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