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The Tinners` Rabbits (letterbox) - OK0068
A Letterbox at one of Dartmoor`s smaller tors.
Owner: Gribben
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altitude Altitude: 524 m. ASL.
location Region: United Kingdom (UK) > Devon
type Cache type: Traditional
size Size: Small
status Status: Ready to be found
hidden Date hidden: 25-09-2009
creation-date Date created: 25-09-2009
published-date Date published: 25-09-2009
last-mod Last modification: 22-07-2010
Found 10x Found
Not found 1x Not found
Note 0 notes
watchers 1 watchers
visits 7 visitors
votes 4 x rated
score Rated as: Good
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Listed on Opencaching only  Letterbox - stamp required  Look out for ticks  Long walk / hike  Swamp, marsh or wading  Point of interest  Compass required 

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description Description EN

Conies Down Tor is within Merrivale Firing Range. You must check the Range Firing Notice on www.dartmoor-ranges.co.uk
Do not enter on firing days or if you see red flags flying on range flag poles! Do not pick up any unidentified objects lying in the ranges.
Dartmoor needs to be taken seriously, please ensure you are equipped for a long walk & changeable weather.
This is listed as a combination Letterbox/Geocache. You are looking for a small cliplock box hidden a short distance from the tor. The box contains a visitor`s book, rubber stamp & pen.
The stamp design is based on the ancient "Three Hares" symbol which can be found in several Dartmoor churches. On the moor it is also called "The Tinners` Rabbits" and dates from the 14th century. The design seems to have originated in China before spreading through the middle-east & into Europe. The meaning is not understood but has been linked to fertility, the Holy Trinity & the equally ancient "Green Man".

Good luck & enjoy your walk

 

This cache was originally listed on gc.com in September 2007 but is now archived there.

 

 

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