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A simple cache with some nice views and a few surprises.
You are a 21stC Hercules (Heracles) but, unlike the Dodekathlon, you are required, at the given coordinates, firstly to undertake the 2nd Labour [Note: no need to travel to Lake Lerna though you might think of calling for help from Iolaus and perhaps even Athena] where you will obtain directions - last 3 digits of northing and westing coordinates of the final cache site. At the final cache site you will commence your 9th Labour where you will need ingenuity but will not be required to undo Hippolyta’s girdle, however appealing that may sound. You will require Herculean imagination and perseverance, rather than brute strength, in fulfilling these labours. Please do not leave the cache as though it was your 5th labour, ‘The Augean Stables’, and return everything exactly as it was when you found it. Above all do not force anything – neither King Eurystheus or Zeus himself, let alone Espargosas, would approve.
(No hints available.)