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The above coordinates take you to your challenge!!
You should find parking near the above coordinates, which should be easier for carrying you equipment.
Take great care that you do not drop the container. If you do you will have to retrieve from downstream and replace (or buy me a few beers for me to replace it!!).
Please DO NOT attemt this cache if the river is in flood,
So do have a spotter below the cache.
Good luck and if you do choose to do this without any protection of any sort I cannot guarantee how deep [or cold] the river may be.
Also NO SPOILERS of the cache please.
I came up with this cache idea after being in contact with Roderick (sandvika), do have a visit at his Watery Places Bookmark Listings (visit link) You might find some of his challenging caches intresting!!.
Also more ideas from reading the hardest UK cache (visit link)
You will either love or hate this cache, but thats how the cookie crumbles.
Another challenge you can do locally on Boxing day is a Barrel Rolling Competition (visit link)
Congratulations go to Phil (PhilPamAndRob) who was first to see retreave and replace this Geocache on 24/11/07. Phils Top Tip take Binoculars to spot the cache!!! He says this is a 4 stage cache, with difficulty rating as follows -
First micro - D2
See final cache - D5***
Retrieve final cache - D5
Replace final cache - D5**
Nearby cache - that are not as hard!!
Brookhouse Walk (visit link)
I must mention one of our favorite (hidden away caches) just down the road which we do recommend you visit - Denbigh Delights # 2- Bath in the woods (visit link)