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Castle of Beaufort

A cache by cpt buttermilk Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 5/30/2005
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:


This is a simple short hike in the "little swiss" near the castle of Beaufort with a lenght of about 4 kilometers.

You don't really need following items but they can be useful:
A flashlight, waterproof boots or a little mirror.
But I think the most geocacher are not hydrophobic.


Your task is to look for 4 aluminum plates with a number.

Follow the "bird-way" to find 4 aluminium plates.


Find the first plate at this bridge:
(This is a pic of the old bridge. The new one is similar and the place is the same)

The second plate at this bridge:


At the U-turn you will find a sign (tree digits)



Continue the bird-way and at approximately N 49? 49.440 E 6? 17.864 up the hill they are two trees with blue signs. find the plate at the tree between the two blue signs. Note the last number

The sum of all aluminium plates is X.
The cache location is:
cache: 49? 49.(X-2026) 6? 17.(X-1538)

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