Near stage 1 there is a restaurant (Goldenes Bründl) and a parking area at N 48° 24.797', E 016° 18.949'. From the surrounding hills you have a splendid view over the Weinviertel and to the Wiener Pforte in the south.
Please do not use the parking lot at the graveyard (Klosterwald), it is for visitors of the graveyard only. Bring along a tape measure or similar tool.
N1: 48° 24.862', E1: 016° 19.144'
I do not know for certain what this object is supposed to be, it looks quite different than other things of that category. Close to the ground there are three letters. Convert these letters to numbers (A=1, B=2, ... Z=26), sum up the numbers and call the result A. Use the side where there is a small "fish-symbol" to be found above the first letter, not the side with the large "V".
The historical object at Stage 2 (telling a story about the encounter of a duke, his horse and a stag) has disappeared. Measure or estimate the difference in length of the longer and shorter side of the concrete base. What fits best?
N2 = N1 + A*10 + 3 and E2 = E1 - A*10 - 4
On your way along the path of wisdom towards Stage 2 you will pass by a woman's memorial.
Anna: BC = 15
Walpurga: BC = 23
Maria: BC = 17
Barbara: BC = 31
10cm: DE = 15
20cm: DE = 30
30cm: DE = 43
N3 = N2 + 5CD and E3 = E2 - (C-D)CD
The coordinates are a bit off, but the object is not to be overlooked. The first row tells you the name of the object. Convert the 2nd, the 3rd and the 6th letter to numbers (A=1, B=2, ... Z=26), sum up the number and call the result F. Count the letters of the name, substract 1 and take the resulting number as G.
N4 = N3 + F*8 +3 and E4 = E3 - F*18 -8
Until not long ago you could have found a very old stone plate with three letters, but now you find a newer stone plate with a name on it. Convert the last three letters to numbers (A=1, B=2, ... Z=26). Add the 8th and the 9th letter call the result H. Multiply the 9th letter by 2 and call the result I. Add the 9th and the 10th letter and call the result J.
N5 = N4 - H*J + 18 and E5 = E4 - (I-1)*J + 8
The view is worth this little detour. Look out for two four-digit numbers concerning a "son of the forest" (not on the war-memorial). The two numbers are K and L. It is up to you which way you take to the next stage, depending on wind and weather. There are fare more paths through the forest than are shown in the map.
N6 = N5 + G*10 - 5 and E6 = E5 + L + 590
A large board tells you, how far you could hike (if you have enough time). A yellow dot on the map marks your position, immediately next to the yellow dot there is a threedigit number. Take the sum of all 3 digits as M, the first digits accounts for N. The second digit times 10 plus the third digit will be O.
Now you have all the information you need to calculate the final coordinates of the cache.
STAGE 7 = THE CACHE:
N7 = 48° 25,(M+1)BN and E7 = E6 + O*G - K/100
The cache is a small plastic box inside an Illy-Container (the newer Illy-containers do not rust).
We again had less than 5m deviation at the cache, so I woll not make any corrections of the final coordinates. The object will catch any geocacher's eye, I suppose. The hiding place can not longer be seen from the path. It is not necessary to search at any animal housing, but the nearby bee-hives seem to be deserted anyhow.
You can combine this cachetour with visiting the GCKRPW - Schweden-Höhlen (maybe you have already noticed the signs at the parking-lot).
There is a good chance to encounter dragons, trolls or just some people wielding swords. Don't be worried, they are harmless. The area is quite popular among the local LARP-scene .