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The Keyston Kache Kaper is a walk of 49 caches, there are two extra to pick up on the way round and a church micro in the village. The walk is on bridleways and footpaths which can be muddy in winter or wet weather, and there is a short section of road, good to clean the boots, and the going is fairly easy. Please keep to the footpaths and do not climb on any fences, they are not part of the footpath.
There are a selection of cache sizes and all are hidden to be found, the walk is approx 9 miles but can be spilt into two shorter walks, how long will it take, I would expect some where around 5 hours to walk so make sure you take plenty of refreshments.
One field did contain two friendly horses please ensure you repect the animals you meet on your walk, take care whist walking through the farm it is a working environment.
Parking cords are given for starting the walk at number one and facilities are available.
The first cache is a 35mm pot
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum