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Soxter & Billini: Due to time constraints we have decided to take this geocache offline permanently. Thank you for all the kind words from fellow cachers who have taking the time to enjoy our Cryptex Caper.


Maple Ridge Cryptex Caper (Stage 1 of 4)

A cache by Soxter & Billini Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 01/22/2010
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Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

***The above coordinates are for the trail head and parking only***

Welcome to the hunt for the Maple Ridge Cryptex. This Cryptex was built using PVC plumbing parts available at any hardware store and painted up to look fancy. If you would like to build your own Cryptex out of PVC see link below for information. As you go thru the 4 stages of this caper you will pick up information that will be needed to unravel the coordinates of the final hiding location as well as the combination to open the Cryptex. This cache is a medium sized camouflage Lock & Lock Rubbermaid container with a FTF prize, log book and geo-swag. I have kept the puzzles simple so all ages can enjoy this hunt and the terrain just a little challenging but nothing crazy. Enjoy the Hunt!

Click on the image below to go to Stage 1 web page...
Stage 1

Click links below to see other stages!
Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3
Stage 4

Click Image below to See How to Build a Cryptex!
This is the Final Goal!

FTF honors goes to Puddle Duck 21 & High Maintenance . Congratulations!

STF honors goes to WOLVERINESTacFour Congratulations!

TTF honors goes to PEARLWIND Congratulations!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[Start with your geosense but if you have no luck...] ybbx va n oebxra hc fghzc

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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