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Steep Ravine Stroll

A cache by BKip (adopted by geojammers) Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 02/27/2005
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Steep Ravine Stroll is a two part multi that is along a short trail segment that passes scenic moss covered trees, monolith rocks, a live redwood bridge, and a stream with cataract waterfalls.

Steep Ravine Stroll

Part One is a micro with the coordinates to the second and last part which is a custom camouflaged mint tin. Coordinates from only 6 satellites at final location.

Continuing on this trail will take you to the scenic vistas of the Bivouac on Tam’s Mountainside.

Please do not take the paper with the coordinates from Part One.

Update 24Feb2007- Went to check on cache and discovered that a tree had fallen, smashing the fence that the cache was attached to. The area has been cleared and all the remains of the fence thrown to one side. I spent 30 minutes looking through the debris without luck. I've replaced the cache with a chrome waterproof match container and moved it over a short distance. The coordinates have been updated at the Part 1 trailhead along with new hints.

These chrome match containers have been known to drive a person to tears while attempting to open. There are arrows on it showing proper opening direction. Don't turn tight (opening or closing). Patience works better than force with these. See container image below.

Bay Area Hiker - Use these directions for driving and parking.


Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Haqre angheny oevqtr. Ernpu zber sbejneq/hc guna evtug be yrsg.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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