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Inspired by the Psycho series in the USA but with a more difficult puzzle. This cache will take quite a few hours of exploring. Yes, we were amazed too! Start at the listed coordinates.
Beyond Ultraviolet is at the extreme end of the colour series spectrum in more ways than one. As you progress through it you will understand why. Ultraviolet is a warm up and must be completed before this one to see if you like the terrain and read some instructions needed to complete this cache. Please read the Cautions at the bottom of the description, they are important. Go to the initial coordinates and explore the system aiming to complete this symbol.
When you have collected the parts of the solution you can convert the image below into a sequence of numbers.
This sequence of numbers can be converted to text describing the cache location when the cipher key is found, which is the lid of Ultraviolet.
This will most likely need to be solved underground unless you want a repeat visit.
Along your way you will also need to find and remember a code number to access the final cache which is a locked small container.
This is a physically EXTREME style cache.
Please attempt this with at least one other person.
Let someone know where you are going, the start location and make sure they know when you are due out.
Allow for at least 2 hours caching and take drinking water, it's hot work.
Take spare lights, sturdy footwear with good grip and gloves.
In times of heavy rain this cache will be extremely difficult and potentially hazardous as it will be slippery.
In the winter months you can guarantee getting very wet, if not worse.
Be careful of litter,broken glass, syringes etc. WE didn't see any but you might.
Please be aware you will come across huge flying insects, large spiders of various sorts and potentially rats and lost poisonous snakes.
You may come across other humans. We think they are probably friendly.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum