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Geocache of the Week Flashback Edition: Jumanji

by The Knight Templar
N 51° 40.910′ E 005° 38.757′

“In the Jungle you must wait, until the dice read 5 or 8.”

Do you dare to take the bait, to learn your geocaching fate?

Legend has it that there’s a Multi-Cache so untamed and wild that it requires you to use all your wits to solve. Embarking on and completing this epic 24-stage journey will depend solely upon your courage, knowledge, and geosenses. 

Welcome to the jungle: Jumanji

Jumanji is not a game, it’s a fight to make it out of the jungle. Come armed with every tool of the trade to help you along the way. At the first few stages everything goes smoothly until you reach the dreaded pelicans and have to defeat the giant spider to get to the next waypoint.

Image by Geitendurp 

All bets are off when it comes to GC39CM6. Just when you thought you’ve found solid ground away from the pesky dragonflies, a sinking realization sets in: you’re standing in quicksand. The only way out is solving the coordinates to the next stage before you’re really in over your head.

One of the final stages pins you against the hunter. A challenging opponent standing between you and escaping from Jumanji. It won’t be too long after defeating the hunter that you start to see the light at the end of the tunnel and are able to find the final waypoint: a real life Jumanji game board. 

Image by alfa-team

We originally featured Jumanji in 2017 and since then it has accumulated a total of 1,300 Favorite points and 1,600 finds. Nestled in a forest in the Netherlands, GC39CM6 “attracts geocachers from all over the world seeking to sign the logbook and yell ‘JUMANJI!’” 

So, do you take the bait?

Continue to explore some of the most amazing geocaches around the world. Check out all of the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, fill out this form.

Source: Geocaching

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