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Berrow Hill

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Hidden : 1/15/2005
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Berrow Hill is a gentle climb but would probably be a struggle with buggies over the stiles etc.

This hill impressed me as it appears to be the first hill in Worcestershire if arriving from the north or ease. It is as if it is saying – “Go further into the county and you’ll see a lot more! Parking on the narrow roads immediately surrounding the hills can be tricky particularly when the verges are soft so why not make use of the free car park in the pretty nearby village of Feckenham. Walk past the village green, down Mill Lane and past the cricket club. When you come to the unusual sign at the bridleway crossroads go left and then fairly soon right over the stile towards Berrow Hill. This should minimise your time on the very muddy bridleay. You will probably see quite a lot of sheep but keep your eye out for the owls that live in the area too. The cache is in a 1 litre food container.

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