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Statystyka skrzynki
THE Tallest Tower - OU0592

 Infrastructure Series

Hidden by  stargatekrewe

N 47° 20.534' W 97° 17.325' (WGS84)

 Coordinates in Other Systems
 Location: United States > North Dakota
 Cache Type: Virtual
 Size: No container
 Status: Ready for Search
 Date Hidden: 11 September 2012
 Date Created: 11 September 2012
 Last Modified: 14 September 2012
 Waypoint: OU0592


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

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Description   EN   

Note: This cache requires a password to log.

This is the KVLY TV Tower, built in 1963. It is the largest guyed tower in the world and the 3rd largest structure in the world. It is 628.8m tall. The tower is said to weight 864,000lbs, and takes up 160 acres of property because of the guy wire anchor points. The antenna portion is 113ft tall and weighs 9000lbs.

More information may be found here:

Coords will take you to the building. Look for the 4-digit number right above the door (before the word tower). That is what you will need for the log password.

Try to take an artistic picture for others to enjoy. Please no night caching. Thank you.


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1 04 June 2013 Aardvark Found it

Always enjoy these types of caches that allow you to see something that would probably go unnoticed otherwise.  Thanks!

1 25 September 2012 former hawkeye Found it

I enjoyed the drive out to the site on DRY gravel roads.  I have misplaced my card reader, so I will post photos when I get a new one and I learn how to use this site.  Thanks for the virtual-we need more of them.  This will be my first posted find for opencaching.