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Eco Warrior

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Hidden : 5/15/2008
In West Midlands, United Kingdom
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
4 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Fancy a change from cache-n-dash ?
Well here it is; all in "open access" forestry area.
Boots essential.
The cache is a small cliplock box.
Parking is at the above co-ordinates.

4.12 miles
650 feet of ascent
03/08/201 Re-route but no change to Waypoints.

1st Waypoint: N 52° 43.763 W 001° 56.522
Your easy STARTer. How many total letters on this road sign, divide by 2. (A)
Return to forest track (close to parking) and continue.

2nd. Waypoint: N 52° 43.370 W 001° 55.(A)58
You need the number of words in this address. (B).
Go right (wsw) on the wide forestry road..

3rd. Waypoint: N 52° 43.138 W 001° 56.(B+1)03
"Sniff" - In the top one, how many different numbers occur 3 times ? (C)
Go uphill (south) and just before the top follow the waymarkers on the post.

4th. Waypoint: N 52° 42.695 W 001° 56.1(C)0
Information area.
What is the number that there are three of? (D)
Telephone number - Countryside Service or Ranger Service

Castle Ring is an Iron Age hill fort, situated high up on the southern edge of Cannock Chase, Staffordshire, in the village of Cannock Wood, England. Castle Ring was thought to have been occupied around AD 50, by the Celtic Cornovii tribe. Apart from the perimeter earthworks, little remains visible.

From the car park go up the steps and right (north east)on the highest circle, to get good views of the Trent Valley; to the other steps near the highest point .

To go for the 5th, go down these steps from the 'ring' and return to and down the steep hill that you came up (Heart of England Way going NNW). Go straight on to the lowest point, passing (the 3rd Waypoint); a stream and lake. Go uphill and where the path levels out at a wide crossing of limestone paths
N52 43.437 W001 56.609 - turn right.

5th. Waypoint: N 52° 43.419 W 001° 5(D+6).218
When you’re close and as you descend steeply towards a stream; on your right, at the base of what was a very large tree, a natural hidy hole.
What is the number hidden here? (E)

You now have all the co-ordinates for the final cache position.
N 52° 4(C). (B+C) (D) (A+C)
W 001° 5(A). (C) (A+E) (A)

You can cross the stream in the bed of Mutchill’s Gutter, by the ‘eco warrior’ bridge, that has improved this crossing point enormously.
To find the final cache, there is no need to leave the well defined paths.


FTF :- Lnz+Carlos and Nediam - well done

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[Some picture hints provided.
03/08/17 Following the part re-write, two removed Waypoint assist photos with co-ords; "The new seat" and "On the way to Waypoint 5" are still showing on the official mobile app -please ignore them.]

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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