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Big G: Hidato

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Hidden : 06/17/2016
2.5 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

A series of 15 puzzles set with kind help from The National Trust on the Ashridge Estate as a part of the 2016 Geolympix Legacy.

The cache is not hidden at the published coordinates. Do not go there. Thank you.

All caches in this series are placed within two miles of the published co-ordinates. All caches are placed close to footpaths so please be careful not to get muggled.

The cache is not at the published co-ordinates. Solve the puzzle below to locate the cache.

Big G Hidato

Fill the grid with consecutive numbers 1-72 that connect horizontally, vertically or diagonally. There is only one possible solution. The letters in red are required for the below equation; where a letter is either preceded or followed by a dash this represents where the digit you need sits within that number.

The cache can be found at N51 47.ABC W000 34.D(X-Y)F.

Note: the final cache was moved on 22nd September 2018. The puzzle remains unchanged, you will find the updated coords in the geocheck.

There is on-foot access to every final location of caches in this series. If you find your way blocked, go round. DO NOT climb fences as this is unnecessary, dangerous and may result in this cache being archived at the request of the landowner.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[Cache] Onfr bs gerr. ABG gur yrivnguna gung ybbxf yvxr vg vf nobhg gb snyy bire, ohg vg vf arneol. Frr fcbvyre cubgb.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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