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This cache (Bison tube) is sighted in a spot that I often use in the summer for picnics, when I have a couple of hours to spare. It is a quiet spot well sheltered from the wind, whatever the direction and has the advantage of a good view and the sound of a babbling stream
This cache is set just of the narrow lane that leads over the scenic route over the Berwyn Mountains to Lake Vyrnwy. The Victorian reservoir of Lake Vyrnwy is a stone-built dam, built in the 1880s, and was the first of its kind in the world. The Nature Reserve and the area around it are jointly managed by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), and Severn Trent Water. It was built for the purpose of supplying Liverpool and Merseyside with fresh water. It flooded the head of the Vyrnwy Valley and submerged the small village of Llanwddyn. Today it is a popular retreat, for people in the West Midlands and Merseyside for days out, and also for ornithologists, cyclists, and hikers. The Reserve is designated as a National Nature Reserve, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, a Special Protection Area, and a Special Area of Conservation.
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