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Staines Moor 16

A cache by Amberel Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 3/29/2009
2 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

The last of a ring of caches round Staines Moor, of variable difficulty and terrain.


The pedestrian level crossing between #15 and #16 was closed from April 18th 2014 for a year BUT REMAINS CLOSED. An alternative route is shown at the crossing gate, which adds about half a mile to the route. After #15, turn right (north) at N51 26.743 W000 31.397 until you reach the road at N51 26.905 W000 31.435, then turn left.

Slightly tricky terrain to finish with - I wanted you to leave feeling you had worked hard for your finds . It's a micro because I set out to lay the caches with a big sackful of containers, but when I got here, micros were all I had left !!!

For parking, see Staines Moor 1.

Summary: the last one in the circuit.

Nice walk? Yes, on the circuit in general.
Great views? Yes, elsewhere on the circuit.
Interesting location? No.
One of a series? No.
Cache trail? Yes, a ring of 17 caches on/near Staines Moor.
Unusual hide? No, but slightly tricky terrain.
Cache and Dash? No.
Size/Type? Micro, that's all I had left .

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Snxr ebpx, onfr bs shegure gerr, ebhaq gur onpx.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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