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Viðarlundin í Kunoy

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Hidden : 06/26/2013
Difficulty:
5 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Here in the village Kunoy, on the islands Kunoy, you will find something bigger than an shrubbery. For there is certainly an real forest here. An Faroe forest that is, so it's rather small. But there are a lot of plants and trees growing i it. Some that I have never seen before.



And at the top of the park there is an big boulder, with an rope attached on the top so that it's possible to climb up on the boulder. The boulder can be an erratic one, left here during the last ice age. But more likely is that the boulder has fallen down from the surrounding mountains.

 

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  • GC4FDJT A big boulderYou will find an big boulder at the top of the park. It could be an erratic block from the last ice age, but most likely it's only an part of the mountain that has fallen down.
  • GC4FDJT Strange plantIf you know what kind of plant this is please write the name in the log.
  • GC4FDJT Viðarlundin í KunoyThis is how an Faroes forest looks like.

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