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Cache Type Conundrum

Hidden : 10/23/2007
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
3 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:


Chillington Hall has been home to the Giffard family for more than 800 years and is the third house to be built on the site. The gardens and parkland surrounding the house were designed by Capability Brown during the 1760's.

Now, onto the cache itself...

OR OR

There is always a healthy discussion on the geocaching.com forums about the best type of cache. Some people love Traditional caches, especially easy ones as they are good for the numbers. Some people love Multi-caches as they give a longer walk and more of a challenge. Some people love Puzzle caches as they give a mental challenge, which keeps cachers occupied on dark, wet winter nights solving the puzzle.

We thought we'd have a bit of fun with this cache and allow you to do the cache your favourite way - as a Traditional, Multi or Puzzle. The choice is yours. When you log the cache, please state which of the ways you did the cache so we can keep a league table on the cache page.

The cache is NOT at the stated co-ordinates.

Option 1 - Traditional Cache

The co-ordinates of the final cache are shown on this page, if you look in the right place.

Option 2 - Multi Cache

All the details you need are clearly available on this page and are not hidden in any way.

Option 3 - Puzzle Cache

N52 oak turquoise . wood ivory ruby
W2 (gold-tin) oak . lace copper willow

Suggested parking is at N52 39.687 W2 12.637, which is at the start of the bridleway leading to the cache. Parking here gives the best walk to the cache. Please don't block the gate when parking. The bridleway can get a little muddy at times but other than that, it's an easy walk.

Don't forget to mention which of the Traditional, Multi or Puzzle approaches you used to find the cache.

Please don't give any clues as to how you worked out where the cache is or it's location in your logs.

League Table

Cacher's Instinct
The Mighty Shark
And1Wolf
Rosie's Rangers
browni
Delta68
tacanman
BESS'S FRIENDS
simplysup
PazaUK
JimJinks
The Haywood Hornet The Washers
Izzy and the Lizard King
dmsstonerambler
scooby scrappy and mp
snerdbe
stevo185
The Boat People
Gooders
rjlinney
coast to coasters
clumsy cacher
shropshire lasses
tonka236
addfoster
Mathew 7:7 Too
shortmat
Lost*And*Found
shropshire seekers
The Moor We Hunt...
[monki]
ChrisPAmbulance
Flipnpidge
joeksoap
two nosy parkers
meek19
MysteryFrog
Grahamthegray
the griswalds n dogs
gaz_zippy
p900ajr
rover214
Basic Jessica
Jaughan
TheStoneCachers
PickNMix
SausageHunters
Harley D
witch24, emilina and a0004uk
tweedle dee and dum

Hall Of Fame

First to Find: The Washers
Second to Find: Izzy and the Lizard King
Third to Find: dmsstonerambler

 

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Found it 71     Write note 6     Publish Listing 1     

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