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Johnboy-A1: With the river Dane, having a collapsed bank, so the footpath is no more and the council around here, will take 3 years to sort it out, its not a round any more.
Thanks to all that have found it.
Time to go.


Swettenham Round Seven.

A cache by Johnboy-A1 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/03/2011
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This is a series of caches on a 8.5 mile walk from Holmes Chapel to Swettenham and back, known locally as the Swettenham Round.

It is mainly across fields, along bridal paths, through woods and along country lanes.
However if you do the full round from the recommended parking spot at Swettenham Round One, there is a horrible 5 minute walk along a main road with 200m of it on a grass verge between the second and third cache. SO WATCH THEM KIDS!!!!
Don`t let this put you off.
The caches can be done as a full round as intended or as individual ones.
Each cache should act as a waypoint to help you keep on track.
The terrain can at times be between 1 and 4,depending where you are on the route.
Just be warned that it WILL be muddy in places and there are cows in some of the fields.
There may be electric fences and there will be styles to go over.
You will find a variety of caches both hard and easy.
You will go close to X marks the spot (visit link) Cross Lane Mystery (visit link) and Whats in a photo? (visit link)
So why not work them out before you start.
Please take a pen and tweezers might help!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Yrsg bs tngr.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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