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[http://www.geocaching.com Geocaching.com] uses a rating system to rate caches on two levels:
 
[http://www.geocaching.com Geocaching.com] uses a rating system to rate caches on two levels:
  
'''Terrain:''' rated from 1 (handicap accessible) to 5 (special equipment needed), the terrain rating lets you know what the trip is going to be like once you leave your car.
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*'''Terrain:''' rated from 1 (handicap accessible) to 5 (special equipment needed), the terrain rating lets you know what the trip is going to be like once you leave your car.
'''Difficulty:''' Rated from 1 (easy) to 5 (very hard, either very well hidden, or there is a difficult puzzle to solve), the difficulty rating lets you know what the search is going to be like once you get to ground zero.
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*'''Difficulty:''' Rated from 1 (easy) to 5 (very hard, either very well hidden, or there is a difficult puzzle to solve), the difficulty rating lets you know what the search is going to be like once you get to ground zero.
  
  

Revision as of 01:44, 22 May 2005

Geocaching.com uses a rating system to rate caches on two levels:

  • Terrain: rated from 1 (handicap accessible) to 5 (special equipment needed), the terrain rating lets you know what the trip is going to be like once you leave your car.
  • Difficulty: Rated from 1 (easy) to 5 (very hard, either very well hidden, or there is a difficult puzzle to solve), the difficulty rating lets you know what the search is going to be like once you get to ground zero.


see also: How to rate cache difficulty



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