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E2W - Conifers Corner

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Hidden : 2/12/2015
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Cache # 231.

The Murray to Mountains Rail Trail is a wonderful cycling trail between Wangaratta and Bright, with a side track running from Everton Station to Beechworth. To differentiate between the various sections I have called this part of the Trail - Everton to Wangaratta. The trail is suitable for road bikes.

These are essentially caches placed for cyclists using the Trail.  Car drivers may need to take a pleasant stroll to reach some of them.

The section from Everton to Wangaratta can be quite tedious.  There are long straight stretches without much tree cover so what better way to break it up than to stop for a few caches along the way.

All four corners of this tiny intersection have conifers growing - some very large and some that have probably self-seeded.  Maybe there was a railway house or tiny cottage nestled in here at some stage. It seems like someone may have camped under here in the past.  If you find the light you are in the right area for your search.    Despite waypoint averaging the final coordinates were not at zero accuracy because of tree cover.

The cache is a micro and you will need to bring your own PEN. No signature and the on-line log will be deleted.


Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Farnxl naq Ivyr.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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