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There are delightful views from where you need to get to and find this Challenging cache. It could be called a Scenic Climb, tho there is no technical climbing involved. BUT, to log a Find you must have an average in your statistics of 1.9 for both the Difficulty and the Terrain, and found a minimum of 400 caches.
This is open to ALL geocachers, but as the statistics to find out your averages are only easily available to Premium members the 'Basic Members' will need work with a caching friend who is Premium to find out what theirs is.
Please, state what your Difficulty and Terrain averages are, or add an image of your stats, like below:
*Your averages need to be current for immediately prior to logging this cache. *
If your averages aren't at 1.9 (or greater) for both the Difficulty AND Terrain then please only add a Note if you find this while finding other caches while in this beautiful area.
The above coordinates will only take you to a parking area. The cache is at: S .CLXXXVII E LVI.VI
I would like to know your thoughts on the Terrain once you have found the cache.
As of February, 2016, the Terrain has bumped to T4 (from T3½). This is to take into account, more the effort taken to get enough caches higher than T2 to qualify, rather than the actual Terrain of where the cache is hiding. If you are looking in an area where 'death could be imminent' then you are looking, or approaching from the wrong place. As with ALL geocaching, caution is required for your navigation and route.
With a bit of "Geo-Chinese Whispers" I have heard that some inconvenience was caused by the 'recent' change up in the Terrain rating from the original T3½ to T4. Oh Dear! Some 'play' the D/T grid quite seriously. -> T3½
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