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At the site of an Iron Age hill fort, this is a two mile circular walk through a National Nature Reserve with spectacular views over the Meon Valley and, on a clear day, the New Forest and the Isle of Wight.
********************As the cache site has been compromised, the box has been replaced for the moment with a micro. The information boards containing the first clue will be replaced shortly as the area is now run by Natural England and when this takes place the clues will change and a regular box put out in a new spot.*******************
Please keep to paths and dogs on leads.
The co-ordinates are for 1st location. Go to those coordinates and read the information boards. You now have to collect clues in order to find the cache which is an ammo box.
In which year did the Nature Conservancy buy the site?
A B C D
Do not attempt a straight line but follow the main path.
At this next stage you'll find something that was useful in making maps. On this structure you'll find a plate with 4 numbers on it. Make a note of the 4 numbers as follows.
E F G H
Use the clues you have to find the cache site at:-
Wnzzrq va gur nezf bs n ynetr gerr.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum