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Owlacombe Burrow

A cache by dartmoor strider Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/13/2013
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:

The coordinates are for the first stage 'Question to Answer'

This is a short multi-cache on Haytor Down around Owlacombe Burrow. On a clear day there are great views of the surrounding area.

The walk is pretty much level but the path is narrower and on a slope towards the end.

Remember the weather conditions can suddenly change on Dartmoor but this should easily be done in well under an hour.

There are a number of boundary stones in the area with the marking 'DS' (you never knew that we were royalty did you?). DS stands for the 'Duke of Somerset' and this signifies his bounds and also coincide with the parish boundaries of Ilsington/Manaton, and Ilsington/Bovey Tracey. A nearby three-sided pillar marks the point where the three parishes meet.

At waypoint 1 convert the letter on the stone into a number i.e. A is 1, B is 2 etc. ?? = AB

At waypoint 2 DNPA CD yrs 2001. ??=CD

At waypoint 3 DS EFGH, ???? = EFGH

At waypoint 4 how many letter Es in the two words. ??= I

The final coordinates are at:

N50 HG.AD(F-E) W003 (C-E)B.F(G+E)(G-I)

Please replace in its correct position.Thank you.

I would like to thank the Dartmoor National Park Authority for their kind permission to place this cache, which has been placed according to their geocaching guidelines.

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