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A Rainy Pass Puzzle

A cache by BVPete Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 08/02/2008
2.5 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

THE CACHE IS NOT AT THE POSTED CO-ORDINATES, but they do locate a good place to park. In fact, you should start your short hike (less than 800m) from this spot and go the wrong direction for a few meters in order to avoid the swamps that protect most of the approaches to the cache. Now, all you have to do is derive the final co-ordinates from the following list of numbers. I can tell you that the co-ordinates will take you to a terrific spot to take a digital picture!


Please note that Hwy 66, west of Elbow Falls, is closed from Dec 1 to May 14. If you chose to go during that time period you may, depending on the conditions, walk, bike, snow shoe or ski the 12 km round trip distance.

The cache is a small LnL and it does not contain any trading items. There is a FTF card, an unactivated coin and a lucky polished rock chip for the FTF. The STF gets a finders card, a toonie and a lucky polished rock chip. The next eight cachers get finders cards and lucky polished rock chips.

Before I forget, you are only looking for the decimal part of the co-ordinates, north lies over west and I am sure you will quickly get the picture .

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