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Depending on which direction you come from, the difficulty of this cache may vary. In either case, a more or less hsort walk across or next to some fields is required.
This cache was quite a challenge to place. Not because the location itself is too challenging, but becuase we came from the wrong side of a river, and had to cross the river - no bridge to be found nearby, and too wide to jump. The result was a rather challenging walk of balance across a log. But we made it, without getting wet.
Anyhow, it is of course possible to come from the "correct" direction. If this is the case and you don't have to cross the river at a difficult place, you can lower the terrain rating to two stars. A short walk should still be required, though. But remember: please don't step on the private fields to the north-west! Walk next to them or follow the paths (again, depending on the direction you're coming from).
Coming by car, however, you're not likely to approach from that direction. In this case, the fields are not used to grow anything on, and you can walk on them without doing any harm.
The actual cache is placed on an old wooden construction. Not sure what it has been used for, but I'm quite certain it hasn't been used for quite some time.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum