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This cache has been archived.

Simply Paul: While the cache still looks to be in place there's still no access and it doesn't seem that'll be changing any time soon. So rather than leave this in limbo for the foreseeable I've decided to archive it. I'll pick up the cache when I can. Thanks for all the logs folks - Glad you enjoyed it.



Read The Flippin'.. Yada Yada: Winter Geolympix'18

Hidden : 10/11/2018
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   large (large)

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Geocache Description:

A simple Puzzle Cache set for the 2018 Winter Geolympix with permission from the National Trust. It is NOT at the given co-ords, although it is within 2 miles or 3.2Km of them.

There are several ways to find this cache:

Method 1: Go to N51° 4C.KHG' W000° 3H.HCC' aand look around carefully. (A clue or two as to what item you need is on the cache page)

Method 2: If you solved/found GC5WWYW - Why Would You Wait?, which was set for the Summer 2016 Geolympix, then you'll find this at the recycled location, although with a fresh hide.

Method 3: Solve GC7RTFH and GC7RTFE. You'll find this cache 0.786' South of 'Handbook' and 0.133' East of 'Email'.

Method 4: Solve GC7RTFJ and GC7RTFC. You'll find this cache 0.657' South of 'Joke' and 0.430' West of 'Calendar'.

Method 5: A single click somewhere on the cache page will reveal the final co-ords.

Method 6: Select a map setting which shows you the un-corrected) virtual waypoints of other local Puzzle/Letterbox/Wherigo geocaches for a healthy hint.

Good luck aand don't feel sad if you can't find it. Except for the day of the Winter Geolympix Mega it won't be as large as it claims to be...

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Purfg-gb-urnq urvtug [Will be extra easy on Oct 27 2018]

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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