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Hidden : 05/11/2011
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Nature needs heroes™...

We love the outdoors. We live for it.

Welcome to the Timberland Trail of Heroes. This is one of 5 Timberland Trail of Heroes geocaches hidden in Paris. Find the 4 geocaches and log the hero ID codes hidden inside, load them onto and you could win a pair of Timberland Earthkeeper boots if you are first to find!

Please note this cache has been published with special permission from Groundspeak and the local reviewer. They are sponsored by Timberland’s Trail of Heroes campaign

Make sure you log all 4 hero ID's in your city to have a chance to win a trip to Iceland; The Land of Fire & Ice!

Whilst you’re on the trail make sure you download the Nature Needs Heroes™ app for iPhone and Nokia and track the number of miles you walk. The more miles you collect the better the reward for you and the environment.

Find out more about our commitment to the environment:

Descendez l’Avenue de Fontenay, traversez le croisement et pénétrez dans les bois, près du vieil arbre. La cache contenant le carnet et le crayon se trouve sous la vieille souche d’arbre.

La ville limitrophe de Vincennes doit son nom au bois, qui servait à l’origine de terrain de chasse aux rois, avant de devenir un parc public sur ordre de Napoléon III en 1860.

Le Château de Vincennes, résidence royale secondaire à partir du XIVe siècle, trône à l’extrémité nord du parc

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gbhearm à qebvgr nh pebvfrzrag rg purepurm yn fbhpur à raiveba 5 zègerf qr y’beér qh obvf.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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