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Cape Sutil

A cache by dabjoern (Team Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 08/26/2016
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Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

A cache on the challenging part of the North Coast Tral (NCT). You will encounter mud, sticky sand, and steep rappells.

NCT impressions

The idea

Inspired by the geocaches of Whynot? we have placed another container along the NCT. In August 2016 we hiked from Shushartie Bay to the Cape Scott trailhead and visited the lighthouse. We had plenty of time and enjoyed our camp fires and sleeping in our cosy sleeping bags. In our heavy back packs we carried a small lock'n'lock to replace the missing container of GC438AD. But it is not missing. Therefore, we deceided to place a cache at this beautiful beach which is the most northern tip of Vancvouver island.

The geocache

The cache should be quite easy to find. There is a hint which will ensure finding the small box. The cache is placed at Sutil beach which allows you to camp on the sand. There is a food cache and a pit toilette. Be prepared for this serious adventure and enjoy the wildlife.

Our wish

Please post some nice stories and photos of your journey.

Our gift

If you want to learn more about the North Coast Trail or see some nice pictures, head over to my personal blog Unfortunately, it is in German only but the pictures are still worth it.
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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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