Welcome to the Mickey's Mystery Tour geoart series.
This cache is NOT at the published coordinates.
Simply solve the puzzle below to be rewarded with the coordinates for the cache.
Created as a replacement for a prior Disney character Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, Mickey Mouse first appeared in the short Plane Crazy, debuting publicly in the short film Steamboat Willie. The release date for the Steamboat Willie film was November ABth CDEF.
N 52° A(B-F).DF(B-E) W 000° (A-C)(A-C).(B-E)(B-F)(B-A)
Once you have solved the puzzles and have the final locations for all the caches the series will form a circular walk. The walk is set along bridleways and footpaths plus there is a few sections of road, overall the going is fairly easy. It will take you through some lovely countryside and will also pass you through a couple of villages.
There are a selection of cache sizes and the walk is approximately 11.5 miles. With it being a long walk make sure you take plenty of refreshments. There are no cattle fields on the route.
The difficulty rating for these caches are based on the work required to solve the puzzle. All the hides should be fairly simple and are set to be found. Parking coordinates are given for the walk in the geochecker for number one.
There are seveal sections where cycling is not permitted.
Please check the attributes to check what ones you can and cannot cycle on.
This is at the request of the land owners, please restect this and keep to the countryside code.
Here are some common signs you're likely to come across while out walking and what they mean:
Applies in England and Wales. Open to walkers only, waymarked with a yellow arrow.
Applies in England and Wales. Open to walkers, horse-riders and cyclists, waymarked with a blue arrow.
Applies in England and Wales. Open to walkers, cyclists, horse-riders and horse-drawn vehicles, waymarked with a plum coloured arrow.
Byway open to all traffic (BOAT)
Applies in England and Wales. Open to walkers, cyclists, horse-riders, horse-drawn vehicles and motor vehicles, waymarked with a red arrow.