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FNF - Leven Layby

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Hidden : 11/9/2009
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Five-ninety Fun!  Best done east bound, layby before dual-carriageway just above the lovely River Leven.

Part of a series along the A590 - see bookmark list.  This cache takes you to a wonderful riverside location, away from the pulsing artery of the main road, but it's just a few steps away.  Beautiful trees, flowing water and a handy parking spot.  Cache is a regular L&L.  The layby is definitely best approached while traveling towards Kendal.  If you are Barrow bound, then do a turn in the junction to the south of the cache.

The long straight section past Backbarrow ends in a sweeping curve before another length of dual-carriageway.  Directly on the bend is a small layby.  Park here, follow briefly alongside the 'guard rail' and down the path with large steps to the waterside - good swimming for geohounds when not in flood!  Humans - take care not to fall in!

Hope you enjoy a fun stop on the busy five-ninety.

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