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PeruGT The Bulls – Los Toros

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Hidden : 11/10/2013
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Two stone bulls on the hillside

Dos toros de piedra en la ladera

In Acolla, take a dirt road uphill to the trailhead for this cache, which is at S 11 43.485 W 075 32.532 As you walk along the path, you may see some red arrows. They mark the route of a recent 5k cross-country race.

Just before you get to the cache, in the grassy area, you have the best view of the stone bulls. There are two bulls, that seem to be yoked together, drinking from the stream. Unfortunately, lightning struck the formation, and the face of the left-hand bull fell off. The cache is hidden close to the bulls. This cache is on the way to GC4RYHJ. We recommend that you do both caches on the same hike.


En Acolla, tomar un camino de tierra cuesta arriba hasta el comienzo del sendero para este caché, que está en S 11 43.485 W 075 32.532 Al caminar a lo largo de la ruta, es posible que vea algunas flechas rojas. Ellos marcan la ruta de un reciente carrera de 5 kilómetros a campo traviesa.
Justo antes de llegar a la caché, en la zona de césped, usted tiene la mejor vista de los toros de piedra. Hay dos toros, que parecen estar unido bajo un yugo, beber del arroyo. Por desgracia, un rayo cayó sobre la formación, y la cara del toro de la izquierda se cayó. La caché está escondido cerca de los toros. Esta caché está en el camino a GC4RYHJ. Le recomendamos hacer las dos cachés en el mismo paseo.

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