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Mysterious grove at Cerro San Cristobal

A cache by Thurkan (cache adoptado) Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 01/10/2014
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

The cache is hidden on a grove by Abate Molina street, you will find it by ascending Cerro San Cristobal from the Pedro de Valdivia Avenue entrance.


El cache esta escondido en una arboleda por la calle Abate Molina, lo encontraras ascendiendo el Cerro San Cristobal desde la entrada de Pedro de Valdivia.


We went out looking for adventure but we never imagined what we found. We have always believed that mysterious beings walk with us on our journeys and this was no exception. Walking by Abate Moline street we found a strange grove that called our attention, inside of it there were many roads, the roads got smaller the farther we walked. We crouched and tried to push forward but a chopped hollow tree stopped us. There was something inside that attracted us and we decided to make it the vault for our treasure...


To find this cache you have to ascend the Cerro San Cristobal (Metropolitan Park) located in Santiago and Providencia countys in Santiago de Chile. There are several entrances to the park, the closest one to the cache being the Pedro de Valdivia Avenue entrance. Ascent via Abate Molina street, the place where cache is hidden will be at your right hand between the Japanese Garden and the Mapulemu Botanic Garden.

The cache is hidden on a small grove by the Abate Molina street.  The cache is covered with leaves. The container is a plastic cilinder of about 10 cm length. Inside you will find a log, a pencil, a message and a lego piece. Good hunting!



Salimos en busca de aventuras y nunca imaginamos lo que encontraríamos más adelante. Siempre hemos creído que misteriosos seres nos acompañan en nuestros viajes y este no fue la excepción. Caminando por la calle Abate Molina nos encontramos con una extraña arboleda y nos llamó la atención, ya que en su interior habían muchos caminos que se hacían cada vez más pequeños. Nos agachamos e intentamos avanzar como pudimos pero un tronco cortado y hueco nos detuvo. Había algo en él que nos atrajo y decidimos hacer de este un cofre para nuestro tesoro...




Para encontrar este cache deben ascender el Cerro San Cristobal (Parque Metropolitano) que se encuentra en las comunas de Santiago y Providencia en Santiago de Chile. Hay varias entradas al parque, pero la mas cercana a este cache es la de Pedro de Valdivia. Asciende por la calle Abate Molina,  el lugar donde esta escondido el cache a tu mano derecha, entre el Jardin Japones y el Jardin Botanico Mapulemu 

El cache esta escondido en una pequena arboleda al lado de la calle Abate Molina.  El cache esta cubierto de hojas. El contenedor es un cilindro de plastico de 10 cm de largo. Dentro encontraras un mensaje, una bitacora, un lapiz grafito y una pieza de lego. Buena caza!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

- onwnaqb!!!... zven ynf ebpnf

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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