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## It's all Downhill from Here!

A cache by The North Star Message this owner
Hidden : 01/08/2013
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### Geocache Description:

The cache is not at the posted coordinates but is less than 1 mile away

One of the ski resorts in Lake Tahoe has RFID built into the lift ticket. They have also installed RF readers on all the chair lifts. Since the system captures your chair lift usage, it can calculate the total number of vertical feet skied/snowboarded each day. This detailed information can be viewed via a web page or Smartphone application.

When I checked the data, my vertical feet for two days of skiing and the elevation drop of each trail that I skied was as follows:

Day 1 (16,593 vertical feet)
Trail 1 = 1273 feet
Trail 2 = 1745 feet
Trail 3 = 2321 feet
Day 2 (15,266 vertical feet)
Trail 4 = 722 feet
Trail 5 = 1146 feet
Trail 6 = 1584 feet

I only skied on three trails each day and the three trails were different on Day 1 and Day 2. In other words, Trail 1, Trail 2, and Trail 3 account for 16,593 vertical feet and Trail 4, Trail 5, and Trail 6 account for 15,266 vertical feet.

Based on the above information, you need to figure out the number of times that I skied each trail where:
A = number of times that I skied Trail 1
B = number of times that I skied Trail 2
C = number of times that I skied Trail 3
D = number of times that I skied Trail 4
E = number of times that I skied Trail 5
F = number of times that I skied Trail 6

The cache is located at N37 18.ABC W121 58.DEF

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