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This is a small clip box container that contains a log, and has room for some small swaps. There is a pencil in the box but I would advise that you take a pen just in case.
Bosherston Lily Ponds and the surrounding area are on the places that are a MUST to visit in the Pembroke area. The ponds are part of the huge Stackpole estate. The whole area consists of a system of wooded valleys extending inland to into a limestone plateau from the beach at Broadhaven.
This next series of caches aims to take you again on a journey around the lesser known areas of the Stackpole Estate away from the ponds themselves. They will take in the areas known as Castle Dock Woods, Cheriton Bottom and Caroline Grove. The walks can be done in their own right as a circular or combined to make a lovely long walk. If you have a dog or just want to get away from the crowds during the summer time this is the place for you. The area can be very muddy but there are distinguishable paths and tracks.
Castle Dock Woods is part of the Stackpole Estate and managed by the National Trust. It is a large woodland area and there is a lovely circular walk around the woods of about 2 miles. It is also a cycle path although there are many fallen trees, which add to the charm of the place but would I suggest make cycling a challenge. The area can be very muddy and stout footwear is recommended even in the summer.
The caches are all named in memory of my favorite singer and songwriter John Denver who fully opened my eyes to the beauty of our planet with beautiful words and music. I hope that you enjoy your walk.
All caches are placed with the kind permission of the National Trust at Stackpole.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum