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Going on a treasure hunt

Searching a "treasure" at a lovely lake

sunny 9 °C

This day we combined a hike with a treasure hunt.

The "treasure hunt" goes like this:
Some people have hidden a small box at some secret place and published its GPS coordinates in the internet. Other people can try to go to this place and hopefully find the treasure.

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This treasure was hidden near Altausseer See, a nice like in the south of the Salzkammergut region.

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Most of our path was just beside the lake.

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Small rock climbed, big rock to the back.

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Close to the hiding place of the treasure.
We took some rest at this lovely place.

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Later we searched for an hour and it was nearly getting dark when we finally reached this place.

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Is there something?

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There it is!

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The "treasure" consists of a box with a log-book and a few small items inside.

If you found the treasure you can take one of the items and keep it, and place another item in there for exchange.

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Writing down our names in the log-book.

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As the sun had went down just at the moment when we finally had found the treasure, we had to go back in the dark. Scary!

Posted by R and K 10:17 Archived in Austria Tagged tourist_sites

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