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Hawaii's Tallest Tower - OU0587

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Hidden by  stargatekrewe

N 21° 25.269' W 158° 08.312' (WGS84)

 Coordinates in Other Systems
 Location: United States > Hawaii
 Cache Type: Virtual
 Size: No container
 Status: Ready for Search
 Date Hidden: 04 September 2012
 Date Created: 04 September 2012
 Last Modified: 14 September 2012
 Waypoint: OU0587


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{{not_found}} 0 x Did Not Find
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Quick Cache Kid Friendly Wheelchair Access Limited Hours Listed on OCNA Only 

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Description   EN   

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You get a twofer at this location as there are two identical towers of height 458.11M (1503ft). These towers were built in 1972 and transmit in the LVF range. These towers are ranked 213th tallest in the country. They are located near Lualualei, in Honolulu County on the island of Oahu.

Coords will take you as far as I want you to go. Do not drive any closer to the towers, but you will have a great view from here.

These towers consist of two primary colors. One of which is the password to log this cache.

This is a virtual cache so please take an artistic picture for others to enjoy. No night caching please. Thank you.



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1 03 March 2015 unimogger Found it

New to open caching but have been geocaching since 2003. Recently got interested in OCNA through a podcast and really like some of the features that are not available on I was down this side to hike up to the Nipple so thought I would try this one while in the area.

1 06 June 2013 dougbromac Found it

I had been out there many times and passed by as I drove down Pa‘akea heading up the back way to Wai‘anae.

My main mission was to drop off a bag of rice at the Buddhist Temple, Wat Dhammaviharra for Visakha Puja.

They sure are big spooky things! One can only wonder for what, or to whom they are listening.