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Trig points in Norway
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This is a locationless cache. The difficulty may vary depending on the location.
The goal is to find a trigonometric point in Norway. You know, the white poles on hills and mountain tops , used for geographical reference and map production. Don't use the location for this cache. It only shows the location for the trig point in the example below. On maps, the points are often displayed as small triangles.
To get a valid registration you need to take a picture of the point with yourself and/or your GPSr in it, upload the picture(s) and also register the coordinates. One trig point may only be logged once and each geocacher may log only one trig point, as a "find", though up to three others can be logged as a "note". I will remove logs which do not follow these rules.
The trig point in the example below is at Nordbykollen in Drammen, so this trig point is already taken , but there is a cache nearby if you happen to be in the area.
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...other caches hidden or found by this user
- Trig point without poleOoops, the pole seem to be missing. Go out and get pictures to show me what they should look like.
- Trig point with GPSrMy GPSr on the spot.
- Hamlet on the pointHamlet seem to need a pole too!
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:44 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum