Glenwood Gardens Tour - GPHC
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This cache is located in Glenwood Gardens, a Great Park of Hamilton County. There is a Motor Vehicle fee to enter the park ($10 Annual/ $3 Daily) which is good for the entire year.
The Great Parks of Hamilton County (GPHC) placed this container with help from the OKIC organization to commemorate their seventy-fifth anniversary. 13 of the parks will have several of these commemorative containers hidden throughout the year.
This cache is located in Glenwood Gardens. The cache container is an ammo box. The major difficulty is in the length of the hike.
This is a multi stage cache. The above coordinates are for the cache location. BUT, You will need to pick up information along the trails for the combination that will unlock the box. The three stages are information signs along the trails.
Stage 1: N39 15.628 W84 28.399 “Traces of the Past”.
Question: What is the oldest date these type of mounds are found in this area?
Stage 2: N39 15.635 W84 28.528 “Mighty Sycamores”.
Question: How many letter are in between the quotation marks?
Stage 3: N39 15.493 W84 28.457 “Bridge to the Past”.
Question 3: How many million years ago did the Ordovician fossils live here?
The combination to the lock is: (A x B) + C.
To do this and the other caches in this park without having to retrace your steps, do them in this order:
1: Stage 1
2: Stage 2
3: “SpOAKen For” cache
4: “Who’s here” cache
5: “Trillium View” cache
6: “Garden Buggs” cache (This is an old cache still in existence)
7: Stage 3
8: “Glenwood Gardens Tour” cache final stage
To open the lock, dial the correct numbers in place and push on the latch. To latch it again you will need to scramble the numbers first.
|This cache was placed for the Great Parks of Hamilton County
as a part of their Seventy-Fifth Anniversary Celebration by
a member of the O.K.I.C. For more information please select
one of the above logos.
GPHC Permit No.051975-06
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum