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Flatcoat Walker: Public access to the forest has been suspended yet again, so I think it is time to archive this cache.


Flatcoat Favourite Walks - Cowdray Forest No.2

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Hidden : 12/8/2006
1 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

I think there is plenty of room for another cache in this forest, so I have placed a second one. This time you will have to do a little work for it. It is a simple, one stage multi-cache. The co-ordinates given are for the car park. Just go to the Forest Map Board, co-ordinates below, and work out the clues. It will only take you a minute. Then you will be on your way to the cache. It can be quite muddy here in the winter, so don't forget your wellies.

Forest Map Board is at N51.04.934 W000.08.217

Just use the numbers given for the plots that contain these trees. Look carefully, as some other plots are quite similar, but none are exactly the same as the ones below.
A = Underwood
B = Larch – Douglas Fir 1924
C = Oak
D = Spanish Chestnut 1923 – Tsuga – Northofagus 1978
E = Left for natural regeneration

The cache can be found at N51.04.ABC W000.08.DED

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Haqre ynetr fnja-bss ebbg.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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