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Cave Hole Cache

A cache by Agolas and Swabboy Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 8/14/2003
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Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Well the name is the best clue.

There are two ways to get to this cache. One is from above the easier route and the one from below, the harder route. If you go the below route you will need two flashlights, gloves, (the lava tube has sharp unweathered rocks), water, (you will most likely sweat a lot), tough shoes and a little courage (it can be daunting).

You can not get a signal in the cave of course but again the title should give you a clue on how to.

The cave entrance is at
N19* 54.828
W155* 48.838

A good place to parked
N19* 54.634
W155* 48.777

Once you find the cache you can keep on going down the tube it will bring you to the surface. The route to the left of the Y will take you back to the surface. Then you could find the cache on the way back to your car. Its not what you would expect.

You will see lots of goats in the area. Instinctively they go in these caves to die. You will see lots of goat bones. They are afraid of people so they always run away.

The cache has
Tennis Ball
Bounce back ball
Space Mission Card
Bead necklace
Extra large penny
2 Wooden nickels
Tool camper fork and spoon
Screw driver keychain
Comic book

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Ybbx sbe gur yvtug ba n cvyr bs ebpxf.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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