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An easy introduction to 'Extreme Caching'.
As featured on Radio 4 programme on Geocaching ! went out 23rd July 2010.
This is an offset multi cache, the cache is not at the given coordinates.
The stated coordinates will take you to a prominent feature. From here, follow where no man would choose to go [Eastwards] and after a few minutes you will find your goal.
The cache is graded 4/4 as the cache will take a bit of finding.The initial stage is a little tricky especially in the wet.
Please note : There is no need to visit the nearby railway line or Motorway - not a typical C.U.N cache !
Wellies and torch recomended, plus a walking pole or stick.
Whist I have recomended that this cache is unsuitable for kids, if they are over 12 and closely supervised then this cache may be a great adventure for them !
Please note that this cache was placed in the Summer and in Winter months / after heavy rainfall this could be a serious undertaking.
All will be obvious [or sort of]
Remember the grade and take care.
Please note that you undertake this cache entirely at your own risk.
For parity, you will need to either go to the cache or replace the cache yourself. Simply signing the log unless you are actually by the cache container is not acceptable for logging requirements and your 'find' will be deleted.
Qnex, Yvtug, Qnex
[Hint may vary with different Lunar stages.]
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum