Wilson Trail (Start point)
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A simple multi-stage cache at the start point of Wilson Trail.
(Please bring your own pen)
Wilson Trail info from Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation Department (visit link) (visit link)
The Wilson Trail's route lies almost entirely within the park system. Indeed, along its entire 78 kilometres, only 15 kilometres run through non-park countryside or other areas.
In all, the Wilson Trail traverses eight of the Country Parks. On Hong Kong Island, Tai Tam Country Park and its Quarry Bay Extension begin the journey. Across the harbour, there is a gap where the Trail runs through hills outside the parks. Then come the three parks named Ma On Shan, Lion Rock and Kam Shan. In the central New Territories, the Wilson Trail heads north through Shing Mun Country Park and Tai Mo Shan Country Park. Finally it climbs into the majestic Pat Sin Leng Country Park. Each of the Country Parks the Wilson Trail traverses has its individual character and appeal - offering, as one proceeds from south to north, changing settings with much of interest.
At the given coordinates, there is a rock marked 4 numbers at the bottom, let those numbers be A, B, C, D.
The cache located at
N22 1(C-B+D-A) . D(C-D-3)(D-4+A)
E114 1(B/A-D-3) . (C-D)(B-C)(D*2)
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum