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Great America Station

Hidden : 04/21/2003
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

None of the caches in this series are on the tracks or station platforms.  You can expect a wall, fence and/or distance between the tracks/platforms and this cache and you will not be required to go anywhere that is unsafe or not accessible to the public.

This cache is one of sixteen caches in the Light Rail Cache Series that you'll need to find in order to find the seventeenth cache.

Great America Station

Take a ride on the light rail.   These caches have been designed to get you out of your auto and spend some time on public transportation, but you do not need to ride on the light rail to find them.   Each of the sixteen caches has been placed near stations along the Santa Clara Valley Light Rail line.   Each cache can be logged on its own, but you'll need to find the first sixteen caches in order to obtain the coordinates for the seventeenth cache.   The log for each cache, except one, includes a numerical value or code word that is used to figure out the final coordinates for the seventeenth cache.

Light Rail Cache Series

1.  Lockheed Martin 5.  Moffett Park 9.  Mountain View 13.  Curtner
2.  Almaden 6.  River Oaks 10.  Branham 14.  Tamien
3.  Santa Teresa 7.  Milpitas 11.  Cottle 15.  McKee
4.  Capitol 8.  Whisman 12.  Great America 16.  Snell

Even if you believe that you'll never try to find the seventeenth cache you should write down the code word and the station it was found at just in case you change your mind.   Please make a note in your remarks if you traveled to these caches by light rail shuttle.  Thanks for your visit.


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