Quiz
Task Difficulty: 2.5 Out of 5.0
Terrain Difficulty: 3.5 Out of 5.0
Statystyka skrzynki
Guzzler Lookout - OU0114

 Cache is not at posted cords . 4x4 or Quad may help you out alot .

Hidden by  elway7

N 39° 12.900' W 119° 09.100' (WGS84)

 Coordinates in Other Systems
 Location: United States > Nevada
 Cache Type: Quiz
 Size: Large
 Status: Ready for Search
 Time: 3:30 h   Distance to Travel: 13.00 mi
 Date Hidden: 13 October 2010
 Date Created: 13 October 2010
 Last Modified: 25 January 2011
 Waypoint: OU0114

 


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{{not_found}} 0 x Did Not Find
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Description   EN   

I had dropped some caches for the 10-10-2010 and have been waiting for a excuse to drop this puzzle that has to do with the series i dropped that day all caches have a hint that has to due with the original cache name ,figure out the link youll figure it out 39 ab.cde    119 fg.hij        the connecting GC  numbers are as followes gc2got4    gc2gotn    gc2gotk    gc2gorw    gc2gotd    gc2gorm    gc2gorr    gc2got8    gc2gorf    gc2goto.    Once you find the location there is a easy pulloff and park or unload your bikes , quads ,4x4 or just tie your favorite shoe . The trail up to GZ is well traveled considering , and alone the 6.5 mile trail you well cross three Guzzlers (water holding tanks for wild game and birds ) alone the trail.Container is one youll be familiar with and not much swag but the view is worth it . i plan on getting up there before first snow to stock the container . enjoy the adventure and there view Great cache to grab while you are chucker hunting (Big congrads to Macjohnnv for the ftf on this cache )

Additional Waypoints

Stage Symbol   Type   Coordinates  Description
Parking AreaN 39° 11.488'
W 119° 12.741'
 great place to park and cross road and head due north along fence line to gate that takes you to the cache just follow the trail 


Additional Hints   Decrypt

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1 24 January 2011 macjohnnv Found it

FTF! I solved this puzzle cache about ten days ago, but did not get the chance to attempt it until Monday. My brother Jim and I headed out from work about 3:40. My Google Earth research told me that attempting it from the South would be the best since the cache owner suggested that the trail was not great for full sized vehicles. We went west on julian Lane for about 2 miles and then turned off to the north on a road that I presume was used for mining exploration. We traveled up the road for about 2.2 miles, arriving at the end at about 4:25. From there, the cache was 1.3 miles uphill. The first 0.5 miles was steep and rocky and a strenuous climb, but after getting to the top of the ridge, it was an easy hike to the cache. I found the cache at 5:25 and headed back down the hill. We had to use a flashlight going back to the truck since it was dark by that time. The stars were out and it was a beautiful night as we arrived at the truck and headed home. It was a great hike and a great find, especially since I was first to log it. Thanks you Mark for the fun!