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Nagy-Kö-hegy (GCNKoh)

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Hidden : 06/05/2004
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3.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is in the Börzsöny mountain. The sight from northwest to southwest is beautiful.

I’ve got a nice journey for you around this cache. It is on the Nagy-Ko-hegy, in the mountain called Börzsöny. From the top of Nagy-Ko-hegy you can see the mountain called Börzsöny and Visegrád. The sight from northwest to southwest is beautiful.

If you seek the easiest way to reach it, just follow the blue sign from Irma-source to north, or from the Castle of Nógrád to south. Between the source and the castle you can find Nagy-Ko-hegy. I choosed an other way to reach it when I placed the cache. I left my car at the carpark of the railwaystation of Szokolya (N 47° 52,290’ E 19° 01,820’ 166m), than I followed the railway to north. You have to go from the bridge (N 47° 52,521’ E 19° 01,797’ 163m) to the southeast. When You reach the blue sign (N 47° 52,286’ E 19° 02,400’ 331m), it’s simple, just follow it.

Not far from the top there is an informingboard (N 47° 52,753’ E 19° 02,153’ 378m), so you can’t miss it. At that point at track leaves the blue sign, this track leads to the top. On the top you will find only the sight, but not the cache.
Have a nice hunting, Mr Zerge

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