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MM2 Rock

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Hidden : 5/11/2013
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

The Millenium Way is a 100 mile long distance footpath across the centre of England from Pershore in the west to Middleton Cheney in the east which was established to celebrate the start of the new millenium.

This walk is a 3 3/4 mile loop of 13 caches (12 traditional and 1 multi) based on the Millenium Way from Berkswell. Details of suitable parking can be found on the cache page for MM2 Old Tree. The walk is mainly on footpaths with a few short sections on quiet roads. It is geomutt friendly with no stiles!  Other caches close by or along the route include:
GC3CAC5 Red Phone Box Berkswell
GCQRHA Ram Hall Sleepers Walk 2 (multi)
GC1DHZ3 Over the Rainbow Lavender
GC27T87 Minnow - Fisherman's Trail
GC27T8P Pike - Fisherman's Trail
GC1TKGC "Sunny as..."
More details about the walk and a map can be found at

We have tried to provide a variety of hides to cater for all tastes. Tweezers and a pencil may be required for some caches.

You are looking for a screw-topped container.

From MM2 Rock continue along the footpath to MM2 Ram Hall

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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