2013-01-27 48 11

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Sun 27 Jan 2013 in 48,11:
48.0019452, 11.7673281

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In the forest, between Dürrnhaar and Egmating, 20 km south-east of Munich. The hashpoint is located about 20 meters from a forest path.



Not letting Zurich's graticule win the most active geohash achievement too easily! See the following:

  • Hey fellow geohashers! Have you read that : 2013-01-26 47 8 and the talkpage. I don't feel like letting them win the "Most active graticule for January 2013" that easily. That's why I'm considering attempting both of the next hashes (tomorrow Sunday and Monday). With lot of luck it could even be possible to finish on a par if the hashes until the end of the month are favorable. For tomorrow, we'll maybe try a Sunrise Geohash achievement. For Monday, I may try it on morning before going to work. — Zertrin 15:19, 26 January 2013 (EST)
    • Challenge accepted. I don't actually have a lot of opportunities to hash in my beloved home graticule right now, but I think we'll manage to keep up and get another one of those shiny ribbons. Thanks for the motivation. --Calamus 15:35, 26 January 2013 (EST)
      • Ha, I also had this sort of itching about challenging Zürich! However, there's a lot of stuff to do until Feb 4th for me. After that, - Bring. It. On. -The T-Man 17:26, 26 January 2013 (EST)
        • Oh, and yes: Making plans. Sunday's spot theoretically is in my corner of the town, but there's a family meeting coming up. Don't know how long that lasts. Monday, in return, looks nice. I'd start at about 14:40 at Central Station. -The T-Man 17:30, 26 January 2013 (EST)


Quite easy hash, though not really near. We went by car (30 minutes trip, uneventful), parked not far away from the beginning of the path leading to the hash, walked towards it.

This time, what Google was indicating as a path was really one, that could even be driven by car, hence the easy progression towards the hash.

Finding the exact spot didn't take much time. We built an XKCD marker made of woodsticks, took some pictures, did some engineering to take the pictures of both of us with the xkcd marker from above and then went back the same way we came.