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MoCache_CH96 WASSERfluh

A cache by Swiss Jim Hawkins Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 5/16/2006
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Ein "Beinahe Drive-in Cache" speziell für Motorrad Fahrer (und andere...)
It's a"Close to be a drive in Cache" especially for motorcyclists (and others...)

Die Wasserfluh ist eine nur 5 km lange Passstrecke, welche Brunnadern im Neckertal mit dem historischen Städtchen Lichtensteig im Toggenburg verbindet. Die Strasse ist gut ausgebaut und hat sogar beidseits 4 Haarnadelkurven. Der Cache ist rund 150 m von der Passstrasse entfernt.
8-ung! Pass auf, dass du keine nassen Füsse kriegst.

Wasserfluh is a passroad which is only about 5 km of length. It connects Brunnadern (Neckertal) with the pictoresque village of Lichtensteig (Toggenburg). The road is pretty wide and there are even 4 hairpin turns on each side of the pass. In one of these turn you'll find a small unpaved road. Park your bike at the junction and follow your GPS about 150m. There you'll find the cache.
Attention - Don't get too wet feet! By the way, the name "Wasserfluh" means "water and rocks".

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