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The Byway

A cache by Baznhev Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/11/2009
2.5 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Along the route of a public byway

The cache is located along a stretch of a Roman Road that forms Part of a circular walk/cycle ride starting in the centre of Cambridge, from here it leads out of the city along Mill Road, through Cherry Hinton, up lime Kiln hill and the Worts Causeway, taking in the scenery of eastern Cambridge, the Roman road winds its way through Linton, passing West Wickham, Balsham, Fulbourn and finally back to the starting point in Cambridge, in total a distance of 28.4 miles

The cache can be found along a small public byway that forms part of the main route, vehicles are permitted to drive on this small stretch and the cache is located somewhere along the perimeter of the car park, it's in a lid lock container painted green.

Although traffic may use this small stretch there is a traffic order in place restricting the use of cars and motorcycles beyond the car park area, there is also a width restriction in place at the entrance, so it's maybe better to park at the entrance N 52 10.229 E 000 10.902 and walk the short (ish) distance to the cache.

Original contents when placed were:
The Logbook
A pencil
FTF Certificate
Geocaching Keyring
And various other swag items.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

N terra pbagnvare uvqqra va n fznyy cvyr bs qrnq oenapurf!

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)