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3700 m summit above Spring Dales School in Mulbekh Traditional Geocache

Hidden : 07/05/2015
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Geocache Description:

Spring Dales Public School

The school was founded in 1992 by a group of young people from Mulbekh village that wanted to provide a good-quality education for children in the vicinity of their home.

Vision of the school:

To provide a good-quality education for all by intellectual and physical development as well as a skills development in a modern, positive and friendly environment.



Volunteers in Spring Dales Public School

Every year in July come a group of 30 volunteers from the Czech Republic to help with teaching and construction of new school buildings. Volunteers cooperate with local teachers at some project in way of friendship and motto: bright head, skillful hands and kind heart.

List of some projects (2015):

  • Geology
  • Human body
  • Astronomy
  • Rich and Happy (economical game)
  • One world (global development)
  • Colors with all senses (colorful programm for kindergarten)

Paralell with teaching, a hexagonal swing was under construction by 5 students of Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Technology in Brno (Czech Republic).



The cache is a small container including two logbooks (one is reserve) and it is placed on the hill to the north of the school. It tooks about 1 – 2 hours (depends on your physical condition) to reach the altitude of 3700 m above sea level, where the cache is hidden. The easiest way to the cache is to go over the ridge. You can observe many types of rocks, for example phylite is here dominant. Let’s start with that short trek right by the Spring Dales Public School and see it from the bird’s eye view.

Local maintainer is the principal of the school - Mr. Tsewang Norboo.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


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