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Steps down to a lost place

A cache by EMACAL Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 08/31/2016
2.5 out of 5
4 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

A wonderful lost place

Deep down, in one of the many narrow canyonlike valleys of Bali, you can find an old dam once used for water irrigation. The old administration building used to organize the water irrigation is the starting point of a little but not easy walk down to the cache. The walk leads you to a lost place, the remainings of the water irrigation, probably destroyed by a flood. It's a quite picturesque place surrounded by rainforest and waterfalls.

The GPS-Signal ist very bad at the final, to find the cache, you have just to walk down 241 steps and at the end 9 steps up.

During raining season, the way down is probably very slippery and you have to be extremly careful, because the steps are of different height. Like ever, it's on your own risk to do this cache, because the steps are always slippery (especially in the morning and after rain) and the concrete way is rotten. A real lost place. But you don't have (and I would not recommand) to lean over, balance somewhere, climb down or up.

Lost places change sometimes. There had been a little landslide, which made the way to the cache a little bit more difficult. Please be careful!! I would appreciate pictures of you on the way down and over the landslide.

I know that it's not forever, but at the moment (Jan. 2017) this cache has the most favorite points of all caches in Indonesia. Thank you very much! Please help this caches keeping at the top position! :-)

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Haqre gur svefg trne jura lbh ner ng gur cyngsbez.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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