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Night Shift! Multi-cache

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Hidden : 03/22/2002
3 out of 5
3 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

A great night adventure! This cache is designed in a way that it can only be done by night! You will start at Hofheim/Taunus Diedenbergen (tennis court). The destination is an area where you will have a nice view over Frankfurt - which will be well lit by the time you'll be there.

This cache is a multi cache with four stages. Each stage is made of a small 35mm film canister containing the necessary information. The canisters are modified to reflect light very well. So it ist possible to spot such a cache over more then 100m provided you have a good torch and there's no tree in your line of sight. However, I won't place the caches more than 50m from the given coordinates. The final cache contains a small task. With the result you will be able to prove your success in the database log at Don't bring any trade items. There's no room for anything!

Every set of coordinates does NOT represent the cache locations itself but a point where to start your search. I'll provide a general direction of search though. But the task for you is light the forest and look for the reflecting caches.

Bring a good torch (maybe even a spare one) and of course spare batteries. Think of spare batteries for your GPS as well as you may want to operate it with the light turned on. A compass might be of use although it is not necessary. The whole tour is about 10 to 12km (roundtrip) so you will be probably out there for 3 hours.

Park your car at N 50 03.883 E 8 24.663 and proceed to the stage 1 cache at the above given location. At the coordinates head South East into the forest and look for the first cache.

Happy hunting!


Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Punatr lbhe cbfvgvba bsgra naq zbir lbhe enlf bs yvtug!

Decryption Key


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