This cache is set along one of several waymarked forest walks that are accessed from the Glen Doll car park (parking fee £2.00 per day)
The Doll walk is approx 5km/3 miles long and is marked by red bands on the marker posts. It is mostly on good paths with some hilly sections. For some reason this walk is mostly buggyable but the centre section is downhill along a faint grassy track.
As we approached this location the rest of the team heard Mr TC let out a sigh and we all knew exactly what it was he had seen. He is one of these annoying people who spend most of the year planning his Christmas decorations, all of November checking bulbs and sorting out lights ending with an entire weekend at the start of December to put them all out just right. So when we saw THE TREE sitting in the forest we knew that he had got some of his inspiration for this year.
Notice the heavenly lights shining on THE TREE
Even without THE TREE it is a very pretty place. The Kilbo Burn tumbles down a series of small falls on its way to join the Whitewater. If you look to the north you will see the rocky Craig Mellon peeking through the break in the trees.
If you are continuing on The Doll walk towards Whitewater on the Rocks, walk back along the track approx 50 where there is a semi-hidden marker post. The track follows the Kilbo Burn downhill along a grassy path here.
Cache is a 1 litre lock and lock box