In Liège, Belgium
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Once upon a time, when one-eyed giants played with their marbles in this forest, a brave geo-cacher hid one of his famous caches here.
The cache has disappeared - the marbles are still there.
Park your car near the frontier, e.g. at N 50° 43.293 E 006° 05.424.
Search your way to the forest.
Follow the ancient frontier 'Landgraben' (first mentioned in 1338) to a remarkable point at N 50° 43.213 E 006° 05.694.
There you will find a stone with two different letters and a cipher with the digits xyy.
Do you see the elephants sleeping in the forest?
Continue your walk to N 50° 43.212 E 006° 0y.7y3.
Next to a natural cavity you will find a girl’s name with six DIFFERENT letters carved into the stone.
Assign to the letters the numbers 1 to 6 in the order they appear.
(Example: Word GIANTS yields G=1, I=2, A=3, N=4, T=5, S=6)
The cache is hidden at N 50° 43.(A,2*K,N-R) E 006° 05.(N+A,2*T,I+K)
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Last Updated: on 10/20/2017 12:42:22 AM Pacific Daylight Time (7:42 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum