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Alchemy Quest ~ Salt

A cache by MarcB - current caretaker is sharant Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 4/4/2004
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Alchemy Quest

This is SALT a blue level cache in the Alchemy Quest series.

  • This is one of four Blue level caches in the Quest
  • The stated coordinates above are for the parking area

To find this cache you must first find the components of Salt...

GCHJMW - Sodium which gives you the North co-ordinates*


GCNC27 - Chlorine which gives you the West co-ordinates*

This cache also contains the North co-ordinates to GCHJN3 - Sulphur


General guidelines for the Alchemy Quest

  • Your aim is to find the final Alchemy Cache - GOLD
  • Inside each cache are half the co-ordinates to another one
  • Copy on to paper, type into your GPS or take a picture of these co-ordinates as you'll need them if you want to do the whole quest.

So you can keep track of coordinates that you have found we have made a printable sheet.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Haqre onex naq ovt fgbar ng onfr bs ebggvat gerr.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



  • Alchemy Quest LayoutPrint off this map/layout and use it to write in co-ordinates to other caches as you find them
  • salt

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