01 Macmillan & Midshires Meander
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The Macmillan Way is a long distance path that runs a total of 290 miles (467Km) along footpaths and Bridleways from Bledlow in Buckinghamshire to Stockport, Greater Manchester.
The Midshires Way is a long distance path that runs a total of 230 miles (370Km) along footpaths, Bridleways & Byways from Boston, Lincolnshire to Abbotsbury, Dorset.
The two meet to form a cross in Northamptonshire.
This series of 35 caches makes a figure of eight walk using this cross. Along the route there are 8 existing caches.
Most of the containers are 120ml Camoed pots (Small)
There are a few 35mm Camoed film pots (Micro)
Also a few "Different" camoed containers (Other)
And one Pint pot size camoed container (Regular)
Parking is very limited in Flore and Nobottle
So I would suggest either parking at
N 52° 15.894 W 001° 01.987
or N 52° 14.648 W 001° 00.834
at both of which are existing caches.
Total walking distance is 6.86 miles.
There are steep hills, and assuming you do them in numerical order, this is the elevation profile
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum