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1. Laxey Nature Loop

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Hidden : 09/22/2014
2.5 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

The first of 2 multis in this series.


This series is a mixture of traditional and multi caches based on a Nature Theme! It is a little less than 4 kilometres long and should take 1-2 hours to complete at a reasonable walking pace. There is a mix of flat terrain with some steeper parts. There is a short section along a road which is generally quiet. Some parts do become very wet in winter and some parts are slippery after rain.  All the caches are micro and you will need to take a pen and some tweezers or similar tool to extract some of the logs. I recommend that this series is done in dry weather for 2 reasons. Firstly, the terrain can be very slippery in places. Secondly, the logs could get rather damp when you ‘do the business’! Please note that between each of the two stages of the multis there is a traditional cache to be found. After finding cache number 2, cross the river and keep to the left hand side of the river.

At the listed coordinates you will find a plaque on the wall.

A = 1st word plus 2nd word

B = 5th line 6th word

C = 3rd digit

D = 5th line 5th word

E = 7th digit

F = 7th line 3rd word

G = 7th line 6th word

H = 6th line 8th word

I =  4th line 5th word

The cache can be found at:

N54  A.BCD  W004  EF.GHI

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

nccebk 1z hc

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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