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This cache has been archived.

dogastus: I have decided to archive some of my caches that don't get many visitors and are a bit of a trip from home to making them difficult to maintain. This one truly lived up to the logs with it's very soggy contents. Thank you to everyone who found it.


Wayfarer's Walk - Great Deane Wood

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Hidden : 8/12/2007
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Wayfarer's Walk is a long distance path which starts at Inkpen Beacon, this is also an end point of The Test Way. It is close to the site of Combe Gibbet and follows a meandering route to Emsworth, some 70 miles distant. The path starts in Berkshire, but most of it is in the county of Hampshire. The path runs close to the highest points in both Berkshire and Hampshire as witnessed by the nearby trig points. Parts of the walk can get muddy and deeply rutted whereas other parts are an easier terrain. I hope you enjoy the wonderful views from this scenic path.

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There are some good views to the East from here, not up to the vistas encountered further West, but pleasant to see nonetheless

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100 Logged Visits

Found it 93     Write note 4     Archive 1     Publish Listing 1     Needs Maintenance 1     

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