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4 x 4 Challenge (Canterbury) Mystery Cache

Hidden : 10/09/2011
3.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

This is a challenge cache that is designed to encourage you to diversify. Before you go to the coordinates to log your find, please complete all the requirements set out below first.

This challenge cache will require you to find different types of caches. To complete this challenge cache, you need to:
  • Find at least four “Traditional” caches in a single calendar day,
  • Find at least four “Multi” caches in a single calendar day,
  • Find at least four “Mystery” caches in a single calendar day, and
  • Find at least one of each of the above cache types, plus one more of any type, in a single calendar day
  1. All finds you use to fulfill this challenge cache must have been made after the date this cache was published. So, start today!
  2. You may fulfill the requirements in any order.
  3. To be clear, this is at least four caches on four different days, or 12 caches in one day. Other combinations are also possible, as long as each individual requirement is met.
  4. You may use this cache to fulfill part of the requirements (either the "Mystery" day or the combo day) as long as it is the last day you use to fulfill the requirements.
  5. Have fun!!

Extra points will be awarded to those who fulfill all of the requirements in a single calendar day!

Please include lists of the caches you are using to fulfill each of the requirements in your log post. Any unsubstantiated log posts will be removed!

Some may want to use this cache on their way to fulfilling the requirements of other excellent challenge caches, such as:

(N.B.: If you know of other challenge caches that should be listed here, please let me know!)

Bring your own pen.

Congrats to Ruru_nz for the FTF!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Pnpur: Xarr uvtu naq oruvaq. Unatvat.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)