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Disney California Adventure (DCA) Cache
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This is a Multi-Virtual Geocache at Disney California Adventure (DCA).
If you are not familiar with the park, it is co-located just south) of Disneyland (the original California one, not Disneyworld!). It used to be the parking lot. The clue answers are (hopefully!) permanently placed letters or numbers or maybe something to count. Nothing is hidden anywhere. There are some "brain benders" and possibly tricky questions. Think before you write down that answer! Don't expect the clue answers you are writing down to spell anything, but just email your answers (letters & numbers) to us through this website for verification, or assistance, or hints. PLEASE wait for our email confirmation before logging a find. Finds logged before we receive correct answers might be deleted with no further notice. Remember, one wrong letter or number and you will need to keep trying (lots of hints / help given if necessary). Have fun! If you get stuck, email hints might be available from us, time allowing …….
Thanks to Disneyland Virtual Cache creator HomeChicken for the idea and assistance.
The same waypoint data is contained in a GSAK (.gpx) file that I can email to you on request (links to get GSAK free is elsewhere on this site), so you won't have to hand-enter the coords. As always, buildings and trees can be a problem.
Here are the locations and clues:
1. N33° 48.504', W117° 55.137'
There used to be a nice imitation version of the Golden Gate Bridge here. Now the bridge is pretty plain. Looking from the direction of the park entrance, there is an "office" sign facing you at the left of the bridge. First letter of the name of the Associates.
2. N33° 48.466', W117° 55.141'
Near here is a very famous statue of Walt and you-know-who. Walt has his jacket held over one shoulder. Which shoulder of his shoulders? First letter.
3. N33° 48.483', W117° 55.045'
Monsters here! How many flowers on the front side of the door to the right of the entrance?
4. N33° 48.402', W117° 55.044'
Large advertizing sign for this famous transportation system. Patience, if there is one parked there. Inside the "red circular" portion of the sign, the system is known for its "COMFORT ● SPEED ● ______" Fill in the blank. First letter.
5. N33° 48.398', W117° 55.111'
Entrance to Bugs Land here. Cereal box will be your entry. Although it may settle, how many ounces (oz.) are in your box? First number.
6. N33° 48.332', W117° 55.235'
First letter of the salty canned tuna ingredient in the tank with the small deep dent on the FRONT, just under the writing.
Alternate viewing location: N33° 48.339', W117° 55.245'
7. N33° 48.340', W117° 55.119'
This is Klemmer's type of store! Junk. Whoo-Hoo! They also have three gas pumps, of three different brands. The middle (blue) one is an interesting brand. Too bad about that extra "e" at the end. First letter of this brand.
8. N33° 48.280', W117° 55.275'
Look for Ariel's Dad. What is the fifth letter of his type of ride?
9. N33° 48.359', W117° 55.287'
Starting from around here, look at Ariel's dad (King Triton). He's holding a trident. Browse the rest of the building (check around well!), and count the other tridents pointing up (near shells & seahorses). So - the total number of tridents (with King Triton's) is ____ ?
10. N33° 48.384', W117° 55.253'
Second digit of the address of Al Catraz's "Island Cell Phones" shop.
11. N33° 48.428', W117° 55.226'
Number of the mine shaft where you should store your canoe.
(Note: Can still be seen from the front of the ride, even if the back walkway is closed).
12. N33° 48.436', W117° 55.284'
I'm real old. First digit of the year I sprouted.
13. N33° 48.433', W117° 55.273'
Plaque here. Third letter of the donkey engine's designer's last name..
14. N33° 48.496', W117° 55.237'
Klemmer loves this airplane; wishes he could have flown one! What is the registration number (sometimes called a tail number)? Last letter.
15. N33° 48.482', W117° 55.168'
Noticed a nice wooden plaque over the east side door of the restaurant here. Nice thought. First letter of the second word.
Some related info and links:
If you enjoyed this cache (or think you may), also take a look at our Downtown Disney Virtual (NO Admission Required!) (GC7F3C) (visit link) .
There are also little brass discs in the ground you can look for at DCA and Downtown Disney, called Benchmarks. If you are interested, take a look at our Disney California Adventure (DCA) Benchmarks (GCACF5) (visit link)
3-4-2012: Major changes due to lots of construction: 4, 9, 14 completely new; a few others moved around, some marked reserved for future new areas.
10-7-2015: Major changes to six questions due to all sorts of changes in the park.
Last Updated: on 1/13/2018 10:17:05 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (6:17 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum