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Valley Decachelon - Forest Frolicking

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Hidden : 1/5/2005
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2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Welcome to the Valley Decachelon. To complete this event you will need stamina, endurance and your mental powers. Throughout the Fraser Valley a team of cachers have hidden eleven caches. Ten caches each contain a clue to the final cache. Collect all ten clues to reveal the eleventh and final cache. Good luck and may the Force be with you.

The cache can be accessed two ways. One way is to follow Elk Mtn. road to the Forest Service Road (follow this to the junction, and then decend the old Army Road). The other way is to take Chilliwack Lk. Road to Slesse Park and ascend that way.

Take the time to survey the mountain views while up here. A great view can be had at N 49° .05.435 / W 121° .47.162. While here, you might enjoy proceeding from the lookout coords to check out I think that I shall never see.... (GCMDMD).

The final cache page is located here:
Valley Decachelon - Final Cache
The final cache page contains links to all ten caches that must be visited to collect the clues.
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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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