This is a two-stop multicache meant to be looked for in the dark. Heavy fog might cause problems. Walking distance is less than two kilometers.
Let the coordinates of the second stop be N 60 13.XXX, E 024 53.YYY.
When you get to the coordinates look in the horizon for a tower with three blinking white lights. If you were to walk directly from where you are standing to the tower, you would have to walk through quite many buildings. Let the address number of the first building you'd have to walk through be AA. Multiply AA by 20 and subtract 6 to get XXX.
Now return to the initial coordinates and start walking southeast. You should soon see a bright light illuminating you and the rocks. The bright light has a purpose of illuminating a certain place. Go to that place. Under the man you should see two numbers. Add the two numbers together. You should get a four-digit number in the form of BCCB. Add one to BBC and you will get YYY.
The coordinates of the second stop do not reveal the location of the cache but instead point to an inaccessible underground construction. Go stand on top of the stairs (in the middle of the top step) leading down to the southern entrance. Look in the horizon for a blinking white light in a tower with three red lights. During summer you might be able to see only the top light, which consists of a red light and a blinking white light. Turn so that you're facing that tower. The cache is at your current shoe height at 10 o'clock (the first object that comes accross at that height and direction).
The cache is a film canister. You'll have to remove a small rock before you see the cache.
This is LOG ONLY cache. Please remove all trade items you may find in film canister. They should not be there.
This cache will get covered by ice and will probably be inaccessible for most of the winter.