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This cache is in a wood on a hillside overlooking the village of Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire.
We had to look hard in this much-explored area of England to find a place quiet enough to hide our cache. We settled on a wood near enough to Great Missenden to make it easy for those travelling by car -- but also convenient for walkers and day-trippers from London (like us).
The cache is right on two popular walking routes, in fact -- the South Bucks Way and the Great Missenden circular walk. As for us, we took the long way round, coming a lovely eight miles from Amersham via Little Missenden -- which we highly recommend.
And the cache? You'll find it in a very 'natural' hiding place -- but you may need to poke around (and under) to find its exact location.
Ybbx va gur ubyr haqre gur gehax bs n irel ynetr snyyra gerr.
- You're looking for thisYou're looking for this, but it isn't going to be so obvious when you get there.
- View from the InterMissendens cacheThis cache has a nice view.
Last Updated: on 2/15/2018 12:19:09 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (8:19 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum