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Its Far from everywhere... So dont expect it to be easy...
It’s a waterproof Tupperware about 500ml to 750ml in size. You should find a small beacon of two red rocks in a boulder field of white and grey rocks, just below the beacon towards the edge... I hope you not afraid of heights ;-)
There is a karabiner key ring and a little wire lizard for booty along with a log book for you to scribble a note in…
Be sure to take a cell phone with charged batteries, a torch and the number for the Mountain Search and Rescue Team, of which I am a member 011 315 0203. And just so you know... our services are FREE, however we love beer and pizza...
I have tracks and waypoints for most of this area so if you are unsure about the chase please contact me to get more info.
Be careful where you park your car and if you have to pay for parking please do not pay more than R20 per night. A good waypoint to ask me for would be the parking but I'm not about to spoon feed you... you should have guessed that by my name...
(No hints available.)
- Spoiler pic 1this is from a distance as you aproch...
- spoiler pic 2As you get closer... take note of the feature of the rock I'm standing on. Its as though its got a cow's lick for a fringe...
- Spoiler pic 3Here you see the rock up close... the cairns (red rock beacons) are also visible. The cache is just in front of me buried under smaller rocks...
Behind me you can see the rather large rock face we go there to climb... its as big as four of the Ponti (the building in JHB with the Vodacom sign on top) buildings on top of each other.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum