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The Hurtwood Control ranger pointed me in the rough direction of this one. Only rough mind - I had to find the item myself which took a little wandering until that "there it is!" moment. A odd freak of nature that I have never seen elsewhere.
For those of you who enjoy a good view or who have a picnic to consume, I recommend a short stroll to Lord Justice James' Seat at N 51° 10.200 W 000° 28.000.
This cache is one of a number of caches set around The Pitch Series. The motivation for any cache should be a good hunt in an interesting location and we hope that these caches in the Surrey Hills are just that. Hopefully, they will tempt a few more cachers into this glorious hilly woodland. All the caches are reasonable sized boxes with plenty of room for swaps and TBs.
The other reason for setting them was to add some more family friendly traditional caches to an area that has more than it's fair share of puzzles or difficult multis.
If cachers want to take the opportunity to have a go at some of the difficult multis and puzzles, then so much the better!
These caches were set with the kind permission of The Hurtwood Control who do a magnificent job (largely through self-generated funding) keeping this area maintained for the public to enjoy. Please therefore respect the area and keep to the designated parking areas. The nearest parking to this cache being either car park 13 (N 51° 10.318 W 000° 27.968) or car park 4 (N 51° 10.304 W 000° 27.861).
The ranger for this area is Mark Beaumont. If you have anything you need to bring to his attention, please contact him on the numbers provided on the Hurtwood information boards found in each of the car parks (01483 267267).
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum