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Brugger Mühle

A cache by travelfreak & sun4fun Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 09/15/2004
Difficulty:
2.5 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:


 On our holidays in the Tyrol we took a break and found this really nice place, were we rest for a while.We always have a cachebox in our backbag so we were hiding the box to show other geocachers a place to relax and enjoy the overview.
For special equipment you need a tape measure. Beware of the cows.

Park your car at about

N1 = N  47°29.770
E 1 = E 012°05.181

and search for a gate with two plates on it. Read the plate very carefully
and count the T's and the W's to find next stage at:

N2 = N1 - T
E2 = E1 - ( W * 23 )

 

There you find a benchmark. The numer on it is ABCDEF

N3 = N2 - ( C * D - E )
E3 = E2 - ( ( A + C ) * ( D + E ) * B + C )

 

The thing you hopefully find was build in GHIJ and renovated in KLMN.
The last formel is:

N4 = N3 + K + L + M + N
E4 = E 3 - G - H - J

 

Search for a "point" and measure from there about 70 cm to the cache which is covered by stones.

 

Happy Geocaching
travelfreak & sun4fun

austrian-geocacher.com

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