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    Default Are there any caches hidden here?

    This video scared me half to death. Now I wonder if there are any geocaches hidden here? How would I find out? Not that I'd go for any of them!

    http://www.angelfire.com/ak2/intelli...iest_path.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mapachi View Post
    This video scared me half to death. Now I wonder if there are any geocaches hidden here? How would I find out? Not that I'd go for any of them!

    http://www.angelfire.com/ak2/intelli...iest_path.html
    Andalucia is in southern Spain. We were there in 2008, but not in the mountains. Yes, there are geocaches in this area.

    Try these coordinates:

    N36 54.562 W4 46.197

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    Wow! When I was a kid we used to say something was "on the picked edge of nothing" - now I know what that means!

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    I can't even watch the video.
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    Default Wow!

    I think I'd put the "parachute" attribute on that cache!
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    I've seen that video before. Still freakin' scary. That's gotta be at least a 7 terrain, maybe an 8.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mapachi View Post
    This video scared me half to death. Now I wonder if there are any geocaches hidden here? How would I find out? Not that I'd go for any of them!

    http://www.angelfire.com/ak2/intelli...iest_path.html

    There haven't been any survivors to confirm rumors of the 1/5 hide that is rumored to be there. The hint states, " go to the end of the path and take two steps away from the sheer cliff face, cache is under bone pile at bottom of canyon."

    Sounds easy enough but that final step sounds a little wild.

    (ps....I have no freakin' idea if there is a hide there but I would like to test my verve on that trail.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRF View Post
    There haven't been any survivors to confirm rumors of the 1/5 hide that is rumored to be there. The hint states, " go to the end of the path and take two steps away from the sheer cliff face, cache is under bone pile at bottom of canyon."

    Sounds easy enough but that final step sounds a little wild.

    (ps....I have no freakin' idea if there is a hide there but I would like to test my verve on that trail.)
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    You know though - using the GCRS rating system, this trail might only be rated a 4 or 4.5. Elevation or safety does not factor into standard cache ratings. The trail has a few steeper sections but is *mostly* solid and appears to be a well marked trail. You could conclude use of the cables constitutes special equipment, which would make it a low 5. And that's not to say that I would not rate it a 5 anyway...
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    All I can say is that if it was a micro at the end I would be pretty pissed
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