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North West Wander No.13 - Mount Meharry

A cache by Zodiakhorizon & K-Maximus Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/11/2010
Difficulty:
3 out of 5
Terrain:
5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Apart of the group of caches placed during the 'North West Wander' Geoquest undertaken by K-Maximus and myself, 5512km covered in 12 days collecting 61 caches and dropping just as many (well maybe not as many!!). Yes I know, heading north again, Im sorry, love it up there. Hope you enjoy these series, they have been aimed at adding driver revivers and highlighting some of the very cool places and features we stumbled across.

The No.1 objective of our geoquest was to ascend and place a geocache on top of the mighty Mount Meharry. Objective complete.

Mount Meharry is WA's highest mountain, and despite the many claims that Mt Nameless is the highest mountain in WA with 4WD drive access we, and many others, have proved this is not the case; although the path up the hill is a scary one and I would recommend you have someone who knows what they are doing to ascend/descend this one.

A long time dream now ticked off. Now onto the next.

Enjoy the cache.

Shouldn't need a hint but will add after we have a FTF.

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