This cache was originally placed by GeekKitty who wrote that they came across this location whilst out for a drive in the country. Sitting here looking out over the valley was so captivating I just had to share the location with a cache. There is ample parking and this can be done as a Cache and Dash, but stop, take a seat nearby and just enjoy the views.
The nearby church is 11th or 12th century and is rather pretty; in the spring snowdrops carpet the ground. Well worth a short wander round and there are walks that can be done along the ridge or into the valley.
The cache had a couple of travel bugs in to start with. It is quite a compact box but room for a few goodies.
This is a cache I originally found because I drove past the church by accident, couldn't believe it was there (I mean, halfway up the slope?) and figured there would have to be a cache there. The next opportunity I got to drive up the narrow, twisting lanes I did so. It's a great spot and I'm pleased to have adopted the cache.
It seems a popular spot for walkers and there are often people around so you may need to take some time before retrieving the cache box. The path that leads past the cache follows the ridge and is worth a stroll, or there are plenty of longer walks that can be done from here as well.
There are other caches nearby, or just take some time with the view and the shade of the trees or go for a walk.