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Dark Overlook

A cache by PhilippeGPS (maintained by trode) Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 4/11/2003
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2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Don't let the title mislead you: except at night time, you'll have a bright 360º overlook, spectacular at certain times depending on the weather/visibility on a particular day.

Many trails lead to this elevated point. Find out how you want to get there based on your abilities and time. You can find a detailed map at (visit link) Enjoy the beautiful scenery any way you go. Take your binoculars and try to locate your house if you live in the Valley.

(near the cache I would only look out for snakes during summertime, other dangers less likely)

Cache is a standard ammo box with a silver duct tape around the bottom. Initial content is:
- Logbook + pen + pencil
- PC Game (original CD's): "Dark Side of the Moon"
- PC Simulation game (original CD's): "Sub Command Seawolf"
- pack of Post-It notes
- coffee mug
- highlighter
- riding car toy
- the Pumpkin Travel Bug

Feel free to trade or leave something behind.

The cache's location is pretty obvious, and the coordinates fairly accurate (8 satelites, 15 feet accuracy). You won't need the hint, unless you lost your GPS.

There are other caches within a mile, so you may want to combine these on your trip.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Va gur ohfu

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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