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Vista a Miranda do Corvo

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Hidden : 5/11/2018
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocaching Aldeias de Xisto

A Rede das Aldeias do Xisto é um projeto de desenvolvimento sustentável, de âmbito regional, liderado pela ADXTUR- Agência para o Desenvolvimento Turístico das Aldeias do Xisto, em parceria com 21 Municípios da Região Centro e com cerca de 100 operadores privados que atuam no território.

Estado presentes em quatro Unidades de Paisagem (Serra da Lousã, Serra do Açor, Zêzere e Tejo-Ocreza), as Aldeias do Xisto representam um belíssimo património cultural e natural. Com vastas possibilidades que vão desde a gastronomia à etnografia, das ruralidades e da ligação à natureza e à floresta, as Aldeias do Xisto têm enorme potencial turístico e não só.

O projeto Geocaching Aldeias do Xisto propõe aumentar a oferta de pontos de interesse associados a esta prática da caça ao tesouro do sec. XXI. Pretende dotar cada aldeia com pelo menos duas caches e integrar algumas já existentes em circuitos e percursos pedestres.

The Schist Villages area is a region of Portugal’s interior that has successfully been promoted to tourists. The brand is managed by the ADXTUR association, the Agency for the Touristic Development of the Schist Villages, and brings together 21 Municipalities of the central region of Portugal, and more than 100 private local operations, which all share the common strategy of promoting and revitalising an area where schist stone dominates the landscape.

Present in four Landscape Units (Serra da Lousã, Serra do Açor, Zêzere and Tejo-Ocreza), the Schist Villages represent a beautiful cultural and natural heritage. With vast possibilities ranging from gastronomy to ethnography, rurality and the connection to nature and to the forest, the Schist Villages have enormous touristic potential, among others.

The Geocaching Schist Villages Project proposes to increase the offer of points of interest associated with this practice treasure hunting of the XXI century. It intends to equip each village with at least two caches and integrate some already existent in circuits and pedestrian routes.

A Cache

A meio do caminho para o Gondramaz está este belo miradouro para a vila de Miranda do Corvo.

Pare, respire e siga à procura da cache.

A caixa está na "prisão".

Conteúdo da cache:

- Logbook;

- Material de escrita

ATENÇÃO:

Solicitamos o máximo cuidado ao manusear a cache, de forma a prolongar a sua durabilidade.

(Esperamos pelas vossas fotografias)

Halfway to Gondramaz there's this beautiful viewpoint to Miranda do Corvo..

Stop, breathe and off you go to find the cache.

The cache is in "jail".

Cache content:

- Logbook;

- Write material

Attention:

We request the most careful when handling the cache, in the way to prolong your durability.

(We wait for your photos)

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Pnpur zntaégvpn qronvkb qn rfgehghen qr znqrven, "pbynqn" nb zrgny. | Zntargvp pnpur haqre gur jbbqra senzr, ba gur zrgny.

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
-------------------------
N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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Last Updated: on 6/17/2018 12:47:14 PM Pacific Daylight Time (7:47 PM GMT)
Rendered From:Unknown
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum

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