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360 degrees Traditional Geocache

Hidden : 06/28/2015
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Geocache Description:

Over the treetops


After the first part of the Esknamucky Walk you arrive on the top and you are rewarded with a great view. And a cache.

One of the great things about Geocaching is the fact that you discover places you would have missed otherwise. For us it was quite a surprise that no cache has been waiting here yet - in order for many cachers and friends from around the world to discover this most beautiful nature spot near Glengariff.

About the cache: it's there, where you have the view. Of course it's hidden, but it's there, have a good look around and look behind things.

Following you get more information about the Nature Reserve itself, the copy coming from the official website:

"The name Glengarriff is derived from the Irish Gleann Gairbh which translates as the rough or rugged glen. The setting of Glengarriff Woods Nature Reserve is spectacular, with the woods nestled in the sheltered glen opening out into Glengarriff Harbour.  Above the woods rise the Caha Mountains, with their dramatic layers of sheer rock.

Glengarriff Woods Nature Reserve covers some 300ha, with the dominant habitats being old oak woodland and young woodland which is regenerating in areas which have been cleared of non-native conifers over the last few years. The woods form one of the best examples of oceanic sessile oak woodland in Ireland, being rated at least as important as the Killarney oakwoods.  The Nature Reserve is part of the much larger Glengarriff Harbour & Woodlands Special Area of Conservation (SAC).

At one time the woods were part of Lord Bantry’s estate, but they were handed over to the State in 1955 for forestry purposes.  However in 1991, the woods were designated as a Nature Reserve and the woodland is now owned and managed by NPWS primarily for conservation and amenity purposes."

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Vg'f abg nobhg fgbarf, gur tenff be ohfurf. Vg'f nobhg gerrf urer. Ybbx qbja, qvt qrrc - naq vtaber gur byq pnpur-ubyqre fgvyy ba gur gerr.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)