Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #34


By Larry Billinger

Embark on another enthralling journey with “Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #34.” As our series progresses, each challenge continues to test the limits of your geographical knowledge and deductive reasoning. Prepare to dive into this round without any initial clues, relying solely on your expertise to uncover the hidden location within our latest satellite image.

The Challenge:

A new satellite image is ready for exploration. With no clues to start, can you determine the location it depicts, proving once again your mastery of the globe?


  • Day 1: None. Your intuition and geographical skills are your primary guides.
  • Clue 1: Lake formed by a landslide,


  • No Initial Clues: Approach this challenge with confidence in your own abilities.
  • No Reverse Image Search: Preserve the spirit of discovery by avoiding reverse image searches.
  • One Entry Per Participant: Hone your focus into a single, precise guess.
  • Accuracy is Key: The correctness of your coordinates determines your success.
  • Valid Entries: Entries are valid only through comments on the blog.

Leaderboard Update:

David G emerges victorious in the latest round, marking another shift in the leaderboard dynamics. Here are the updated standings:

RankNameNumber of Wins
1Kenny W11
3Deborah M3
4David G2
4Mark S2
4Christina C2
5Mike M1
5Jacob W1

How to Enter:

  1. Identify the Image: Stay alert for the satellite image’s reveal on our blog.
  2. Discover the Coordinates: Leverage your knowledge and skills to determine the GPS coordinates.
  3. Post on the Blog:
    • Find the ‘Satellite Sleuths’ contest page.
    • Input your coordinates and name in the comments.
    • Select ‘Post Comment’ to finalize your guess.
  4. Await the Announcement: The first correct solver will be celebrated on our blog.

The Reward:

The winner of GPS Challenge #34 will not only rise in our leaderboard but also solidify their reputation as an elite Satellite Sleuth.

Set forth on this new challenge. Who will decode the mystery of the satellite image in Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #34?

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