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Not suitable for children as there is a steep climb down and up from the shore. Stout shoes and warm clothes are essential. It is advisable not to visit this cache in winter as the rocks become very slippy. There is car access to within half a mile of the cache. Care must be taken not to block the road to tractors whaen parking.
Ok alot of people are having difficulty with this one(everyone who has tried in fact!) But the cache is NOT in that delapidated building/fort - its not that easy! I went and checked it out. I followed my own co-ordinates to this cache and, on my GPS, they do not point towards that crumbling building thing, though I can understand everyones confusion. So, I shall give you some directions. There is a sheep track leading off to the right towards the building DON'T go that way! Keep on walking following the fence. Keep following the fence and you should get to a makeshift stile at some point. You should walk around 2 bays(or whatever they are called) and you will get to a point where you can see the castle to your right and a really nice view of the sea(I have put on a picture). Your GPS should now be pointing to the right, look for a relatively safe way down the hill and you should get to a beach with big stones. Its pretty easy from here.
I hope you try again(and succeed this time)!
I have added a first to find(a winners medallion) so good luck!!!
Tb va guebhtu gur qbbe bs gur pnir naq ghea yrsg. Vgf va gur ubyybj ng gur obggbz bs gur jnyy.
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