A 10km (6mile) walk around the twin turbines at Hamerton. The turbines can be seen for almost the entire walk (weather permitting)
The walk itself is predominantly on footpaths, bridleways and by-ways which can get a little muddy at times. There is some road walking on quiet country lanes.
The hides are mostly 'smalls' and are hidden to be found. Along the route you can also pick up a couple of Paul's "Winwick Wander" caches, a Dozen Dashes cache, a church micro, "A cache by the Zoo" and "A Bridge Too Far".
The loop can also be combined seamlessly with the "Winwick Wander" and/or "Another Gidding Gander" (which also gels with "Gidding and Back"!!)
As there have been some problems this cache has moved. In fact it's a whole new cache. But you do need to visit the original location to get some information for the final location...
N 52° & W 000° are given.
On the way here you passed another telegraph pole with numbers in circles. These are K & L.
Just to the south east there is another telegraph pole. Count the steps/hand holds. Call this M.
Look at the side of the barn. There are N sets of windows. Each with P panes of glass(or not) in each.
There is a metal arrow nailed to a tree. How many nails are used? This is A
Number of breeze blocks in top course. Call this Q.
Look at the doors. How many vertical planks in each door? Call this R.
How concrete filled barrels? Call this S
B=P + K
C=M - L
D=R - N
E=I - J
G=D + E
I=square root of Q
J=S + C + F
The cache can be found at:
N 52° AB.CDE W 000° FG.HIJ
Note: You will also need some of these clues to solve #5 - GC4VNZ8
small camo tub