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Take your binoculars. You only need to look up to see where the Peregrines have their nest high over the Wye near Symonds Yat. You are at the bend in the Wye with tall cliffs and the Symonds Yat rock observation platform above. Yet you are in a tranquil area between woods and open meadow, next to the Wye.
This cache is just off the Wye Valley Walk, and can be part of several circular walks - from Lydbrook, from Huntsham Bridge, or down the ridge of Coppett Hill.
Amberel has kindly made a Geo Coin - TB59DXZ - for this top cache, which I have placed in the cache for you to view, and for you to record the unique password on its reverse. You can only park about 3km away. Park nr. Huntsham bridge and walk along the river path, or at Goodrich and walk along the Coppett Hill ridge to the southern end.
The cache was set up for the Coppett Hill Geocaching festival - 30th June 2012. The land is owned by the Coppett Hill Trust, on whose behalf the festival was organised.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum