Ad astra per aspera

 Reaching for the stars

von theplank     Österreich > Ostösterreich > Waldviertel

Achtung! Dieser Geocache ist „gesperrt“! Es befindet sich kein Behälter an den angegebenen (oder zu ermittelnden) Koordinaten. Im Interesse des Ortes sollte von einer Suche unbedingt abgesehen werden!

N 48° 46.198' E 014° 51.789' (WGS84)

 andere Koordinatensysteme
 Größe: klein
Status: gesperrt
 Zeitaufwand: 0:30 h 
 Versteckt am: 26. April 2008
 Gelistet seit: 01. Mai 2008
 Letzte Änderung: 20. Februar 2013
 Listing: http://opencaching.de/OC593D

5 gefunden
0 nicht gefunden
0 Bemerkungen
0 Beobachter
0 Ignorierer
65 Aufrufe
0 Logbilder

große Karte


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The cache description was removed, because the owner declined the Opencaching.de data license.


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gefunden 24. Juli 2011 Die Archäologen hat den Geocache gefunden

Sehr kurzer Cache in netter Umgebung :)

gefunden 22. Mai 2009 dirtyharry3850 hat den Geocache gefunden

cache bei radtour von gmünd über tschechien geborgen.


gefunden 19. Oktober 2008 M & Ms hat den Geocache gefunden

#1 today together with powermik and B_R_E_I_T_I

Nice view, nomen est omen...
No trade.

Martina & Michael

gefunden 03. Mai 2008 McHa hat den Geocache gefunden

#144@geocaching.com (+Mata) 16:00 - STF!

The name of the cache is just right for what we experienced ;). We left our car at the parking lot on the border - and we went first to the cache 'Pohranicni kamen', on the way back we decided that we'll take our bikes and we'll find the freshly published cache on Austrian side. So we uploaded files via cellphone to our PDA and then we followed the arrow. What we did not expected was the slow road rising ;) - for our untrained bodies that was really an 'aspera'. We did not know what to expect at the end - we hoped for at least some nice, but what we saw was really very close to 'astra'. For me as an astronomer from 'Klet Observatory'(http://www.klet.eu/) that was very nice place to visit ;) - thank you for that surprise ;). Other surprise was meeting us just at the building - some family - surely some Czech geocachers - were just ready to leave the place in their car. The 'father' geocacher came to as trying to find the right language to address us - so finally I great them in Czech and all turned out that that was Pe_Bo with his family - the guy I'm chatting with via ICQ some time :) - so we had nice personal meeting and personal short talk, finally ;). As for cache, that was very easy to count the things and find the cache - but even though ;) as I was tired I mistook '+' for '-' in formula for latitude and we searched on the other side first, fortunately the second stage is not so far away ;) Thank you for the cache and good reason for a nice bike trip in this nice part of Austria. :D


gefunden 02. Mai 2008 Pe_Bo hat den Geocache gefunden

15:30 FTF! Laughing
This place is well known for me, I discovered it on my bike trip. Also I met my friends from Czech Rep. - Mcha & Mata. Thank you for cache!
IN: Ring
OUT: Coin