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Suspended Landmark (Otago)

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Hidden : 11/20/2015
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Geocache Description:

Another Landmark bridge with a cache to highlight it

You're looking for an ammo can cache so it shouldn't be hard to find

The Edgar suspension bridge is one of four bridges on the Arrow River Bridges Ride, part of the stunning Queenstown Trails. At 80 metres this is the longest of the suspension bridges made specifically for the trail and well worth a visit. It's about 30 minutes by leisurely bike ride from Arrowtown, or a 20 minute (2Km) stroll from the Parking waypoint.

As this is a popular ride there will be plenty of muggles so please keep your eyes out for them!

Now for the theme. As this is on a cycle trail, the cache has been loaded with cycle bells. If you're on your own bike (not a rental) and in need of a bell then please grab one. Walkers and even other cyclists are always appreciative of the ting-a-ling notice of someone approaching.

If stocks of the bells get low please let me know as it takes a month or so to order replacements. home page For more information about geocaching in New Zealand,
visit the New Zealand Recreational GPS Society

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