The cache is a transparent tupperware with a light green cover. Be careful, I have place under that cover a surprise which is supposed to scare off non-geocachers... When hidden, the cache contained: 1 rabbit teddy bear, a 'scoubidou' to be finished, a beer opener, and the usuall book and pen.
Once at the spot, climb on the rocks to get a never-before-seen precision. I was able to get as good as a 4m radius with my GPSMAP 76S!...
The cache is not in plain view, but it is not underground either... it is just well hidden so that nobody will find it unless they are looking for it.
The best parking is at: N43 55.577 E3 35.903 (elevation 576m) for the lazy, save the 2Km walk under the trees and park there: N43 55.110 E3 36.938 Note: to reach the parking-for-the-lazy you do not need a 4WD but rather drive in 1st gear and watch out for the rocks that's all. the cache is at elevation 797m
The location is called "Rocher de la Tude" If you want you can continue to "Pic d'Anjeau" and even spend the night there (bring your camping gear). Have fun, in 2006 I will have more time to hide more caches in the area and place a bigger box.
Note on cache maintenance: The village where I set up the cache is very close to my home town this is why I decided to set up the cache there. I go back to France at least twice a year which I believe is frequent enough to monitor the cache I will also monitor the web site and if anybody report the box as missing or damaged I will remove it until I can check on it.