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Three Ways To Five

Hidden : 4/2/2005
2.5 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

A challenging cache featuring beautiful views of the Corehampton and Droxford Downs. If you are really energetic, you can make this cache, part of many great walks of over 5 miles and more.

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Kid Friendly Child Friendly Night Cache Night Cache No Wheelchair Access No Wheelchair Access Dogs Allowed Dogs Allowed
Available year-round Available year-round Bicycles not permitted on paths Bicycles not permitted on paths No Restroom No Toilets Available Off Trail Hiking Prohibited Off-Path Hiking Prohibited
Available in Winter Accessible in Winter Scenic View Scenic View Mud Mud! Muggles Beware of Muggles!
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This cache is contained in a medium sized ammunition box and is well stocked with:

  • Assorted Plastic Toys
  • Ceramic Figures
  • Magnetic Ball & Stick Game
  • 2 Radios with AAA Batteries
  • 2 Balls
  • A Cuddly Toy
  • A Mouse Mat
  • A Whistle
  • Ball Bearing Puzzles
  • Dalmation Stuffed Toy
  • Car Race Lollypop holder
  • Alan Shearer Model

The cache is approachable from three directions:
  1. Most challenging, from Swanmore Village. Ample parking is available opposite the Post Office at coordinates N 50° 56.633¨ W001°10.845¨ walk up the Clergyman's House Lane and Spring Month’s Hill (Criptic Clues) to the “Hundred Steps” N 50° 57.358¨ W001°08.884¨ Stop a while to take in the outstanding view, and then carefully down the steps (are there really a hundred?)to the cache. Difficulty *** Terrain **
  2. A little easier, from Shepherds Down, where there is parking in a layby for three cars at N 50° 57.979¨ W001°09.100¨, onto the Wayfarers Walk to the cache. But the view will be less spectacular. Difficulty ** Terrain **
  3. Easiest from Droxford where you can park near the church/village hall at coordinates N 50° 57.628¨ W001°08.265¨and walk up the wafarers walk to the cache. Difficulty * Terrain **

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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212 Logged Visits

Found it 186     Didn't find it 13     Write note 9     Archive 1     Temporarily Disable Listing 1     Needs Maintenance 2     

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