This the fifth of our Rhondda caches involves over 250 foot of ascent that is steep in places and can be slippery in wet weather.
You will be rewarded by fine views of the mountain and the town of Treorchy below, from where you will find plenty of places for refreshments after your visit. Dogs must be kept on a lead as there are many sheep around, and gates closed behind you. We don't consider this cache suitable for todders or very young children as there is a steep climb near to the cache that requires sure footing. The cache is well hidden so don't be surprised if you have to spend a bit of time seeking it out.
Our other nearby caches are The Rhondda cache , The Rhondda Travel bug boot camp , Forest Amble, and Rhondda fiesta.
One reason for us choosing our caches here in the beautiful Rhondda Valley is to allow others to explore the beauty of the area where we live. Once scarred by the many Mines that were once in abundance in the valley - the Rhondda valley has now been transformed to what it once was before mining began in the Valleys - a place of much beauty.
The cache includes at start a dinky pet with 101 games, sega game, a pack of playing cards, pkt of balloons, and a log book and pencil.