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    RuberyBlue Guest

    Default Circular caching walk recommendations required...

    Hi All,

    I much prefer to do my caching with a pleasant weekend circular walk with a number of caches to add interest.

    Does any one have any recommendations?

    RuberyBlue
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    Try CacheWalker.
    If you have any recommendations to add to the site, feel free to add them!
    I have a Geocaching problem...
    Work gets in the way!

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    There is a list of circular walks HERE, hopefully you should be able to find one to suit you there.
    Cheers

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    Wrighty is one for caches for walking, along with the Stag Ramblers, and Delta68.
    JollyJax and/or Aashria caches are worth while doing.
    I have a Geocaching problem...
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    Give us a Clue (GCXM16) is a great multi-cache that takes you around Cannock Chase, with some fiendish caches to find. And there's the Wheaton Aston Walk series (starting at GC1R9D6) that links 7 caches plus 3 pre-existing caches - and if its not long enough you can add in the Wheaton Aston Extension series of 7 caches by the same owner.

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    Can highly recommend the "stones and stumps" series up here in Cumbria, by 'Martlakes and Freya'

    12.5 miles/20 km with 18 caches.....plus one by another cacher, making 19.

    First in the series is http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache...d-029fca20e1ac Fast cars, and there is a route map on the cache page.

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    I've heard the Lapley Loop is good, especially if you are chasing numbers - 42 if you add in a few others nearby. West Midlands - GC236FJ is the first.

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    Down South I can personally recommend these in West Sussex :-
    The Rife Walks
    Scouting Around West Dean
    Jaceyb's Balls
    Round Levin Down


    and these in Hampshire :-
    Simply Ampshire
    Er Ampshire
    Hoegate


    There's also the UK Mega series in Hampshire, but it's not really what most people would consider a pleasant weekend walk, unless you break it down and do it over several weekends.

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    many thanks for these, should keep me busy for a while!!

    RB

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