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Auckland's Panoramic Paradise

A cache by The Artful Dodger Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/16/2002
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Geocache Description:

This is a very easy Virtual Cache to get to by car. The altitude is one of the highest spots in Auckland - come as you are...heck! Bring the whole family!!

"Breathtaking!" - This will be the first cry from your mouth when you reach this Virtual cache spot!

This first Virtual cache in the greater Auckland area
is tailor-made for the visiting tourist to the City as most Aucklanders have been here numerous times :-).
You will be rewarded with a magnificent
360 deg Panoramic View

Bring your camera - bring your family here
and let this be the snapshot memory of a wonderful city.

Situated at One Tree Hill, this landmark and virtual cache
can be see from afar by the tall stone obelisk
at the summit of the hill.

"John Logan Campbell died a Knight of the British Empire at the age of 95, and was buried on the summit of One Tree Hill, as he had wished. In his will, Campbell had provided for the construction of an obelisk on the hill to commemorate his admiration for the Maori people..

To claim this virtual cache, either upload a photo of you at the spot or email me the words of the Latin expression that ends the memorial plaque of John Logan Campbell found at the above coordinates. Do not write it in your log - even encrypted.

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