#4 Cwm Lickey (A DPJ Series #8) Traditional Geocache
#4 Cwm Lickey (A DPJ Series #8)
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4th of 7 (including a BONUS)
This cache series will take you along the Cwm Lickey Circular walk taking in the industry of The 'Race' area and the community that grew up around it. The Race probably got its name from the mining of iron ore, one of the many industries that developed in this area.
The walk will take you past the Old resevoirs; along disused tram roads; and will give you views of Llandegfedd resevoir and the Momnouthshire hills (on a clear day).
All caches may be completed as part of the series or independantly. For the bonus you will need to collect a clue from each of the log books within the caches to be able to work out the bonus cache co-ordinates.
Cache details: Small clip lock box in a camo bag contains log book, pencil and sharpener plus usual small swaps.
*If following the circular walk: From Dave Phillips-Jackson 8 (Cwm Lickey #3) Follow the line of the railings around the old resevoir until you see the path continuing to a field - take the last track on your left and follow the old tram road as it climbs through some spolier heaps bearing right and ascending all the while.
The circular walk includes stiles, and is on well defined footpaths that are either grassy or stoney (where you follow the old tram tracks) which can be uneven in places.
Tebhaq yriry - ybbx oruvaq