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1 - North Challock Circular

A cache by Fudge Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 06/17/2016
1.5 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Welcome to the North Challock Circular; a walk of seventeen geocaches along a walk of just under five miles. The series has one multi, fourteen traditional caches and two letterbox hybrids (which both *are* at the listed co-ordinates). The route follows (mostly) well marked footpaths, but there are some stretches along quiet lanes and you will need to cross the A251 once.

Each cache description will outline the route you need to take to get to it from the previous cache and have some advice about any problems you might possibly encounter assuming you are doing the route in numerical order. All caches should be easy finds.

There is also a wherigo and a puzzle cache which you can pick up as you walk for those who like to get a variety of icon types. However you won't be walking past them on the route; both require a little deviation to get to the finals. If you'd rather just walk the standard route that is entirely up to you

So let's get started. You will find yourself at the start of a footpath. There is a sign about two meters off the ground saying how far away it is to the church. Let that number be "A". You will find the cache at:


North (5*A) (A) . (A) (3*A) . (2*A) (A) (A-A) East (A-A) (A-A) . (5*A) (2*A) (4*A) (A) (4*A)

Is it really a spoiler to say go along that footpath?

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Unatvat sebz srapr ybj qbja ba evtug unaq fvqr

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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