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Pen draw'r byd! Traditional Cache

Hidden : 09/27/2022
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Pen draw'r byd - End of the world, in Welsh

During lockdown, this location really was the end of our world.   The cache is located at the end of a lovely footpath which looks out onto the Irish Sea.  The rocks below are popular with fisherman hoping to catch mackerel for tea during the summer months.  If you look out to the right, you will spot a green and red channel buoy.  The red (port) buoy is called the 10 feet bank buoy, the green (starboard) buoy is called Dinmor buoy.  These mark the entrance to the Menai Strait.    

Further round the coast to the right is Penmon and the old Dinmor quarry.  Stone from here was used to build many local walls! 

Recommend downloading the cache for offline use as mobile signal can be poor.

The path can be muddy in winter.  Please take care near the end as there is no fence. 

Parking is available in small lay-bys near the path.  

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Abg dhneevrq ybpnyyl.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)