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Ponies' Peak

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Hidden : 4/24/2003
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2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

St David's Head in North Pembrokeshire

The cache is located near the coastal path with views of Carn Llidi (The Peak of the title). Cache-Hunters may encounter ponies wandering among the rocky landscape.

Park at the Whitesands car park. Two options to start, either follow the coast path in the direction of St David's Head or for a more interesting walk, head back up the road and follow the tracks and paths anti-clockwise around Carn Llidi.

Even in the summer, the cache site feels incredibly remote from the bustle of Whitesands Beach but keep an eye out for coastal path walkers when removing / replacing the cache.

On the approach to the cache you may spot what may be an Iron Age hut circle. The cache is not located under any of the rocks which form the circle, so please do not disturb them.

Initial content:-
Piglet soft toy
Woodstock soft toy
Coin Holder
Cartoon key ring
Noise Maker
Walking dog toy
Cooking lessons CDROM


Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Fgnaq va gur zvqqyr bs ebpxl uhg pvepyr. Snpr gur Crnx.
Gur pnpur vf orlbaq gur pvepyr ba lbhe evtug, haqre n obhyqre. Cyrnfr qb abg qvfgheo gur ebpxf juvpu sbez gur pvepyr.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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