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Belvédère des 4 lacs

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Hidden : 10/26/2012
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2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Du belvédère des 4 lacs vous pourrez admirer Grand et Petit Maclu, lac d'Ilay et de Narlay. Ilay est aussi appelé le lac de la Motte car il a la particularité de posséder une île ou motte, où des fouilles archéologiques ont révélé un habitat néolithique. Cette région est surnommée la petite Ecosse, mais avec leur liseré d'argile clair, ces lacs prennent aussi des airs de lagons !
L'accès le plus pratique pour la cache se fait depuis un sentier partant du belvédère.

From the viewpoint of the 4 lakes you can admire Large and Small Maclu, Lake Ilay and Narlay. Ilay is also called the lake of the Mound because it has an island or mound, where archaelogical excavations have revealed a Neolithic settlement. this region is called the small Scotland, but with their bright edges of clay, these lakes look like lagoons !
The most convenient access to the cache is a path starting from the viewpoint.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[FR] fbhf har éabezr fbhpur dhv snvg cerfdhr har tebggr !
[GB] haqre n ovt jbbqra fghzc, nyzbfg n pnir !

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