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From pub head East take foot path on the right between drive way in hedge. You are looking for an ammo box. (Becareful not to break your finger nails opening it or scratch you nail polish) Maybe cows here.
A series put out for the first Surrey Cachers camping event in July 2013 at Newchapel nr Lingfield.
Trail starts from Outwood village in Surrey. Consists of 17 caches of various sizes and shapes.
The trail is almost a figure of eight and is 3 3/4 miles long. You can start anywhere.
There is parking at Little Collins for a few cars just off Millers Lane. N51.11.512 W000.06.978
For you sat navers RH1 5QB Alternative parking is available at number eleven GC4D6CT on Gay House Lane opposite the Windmill, which currently has broken sails, or on Outwood Lane there is a small car park along a small track.
There maybe cows near number one, two or three. I waved my arms and stuck my tongue out and they scarpered. After number fourteen you may meet some friendly horses.
Most caches have write in the rain logs and no pen so bring your own. If you are lucky there may be some swaps.
Also on route is Flatcoat Walkers Mill Micro 9 GC11PVD and SuperDreds WHoS01 GC2ETVV. Nearby also Not Mushroom by tomtomgogo GC2DQ79 and Insideout Wood GCNQ2A also by tomtomgogo which is a nail breaking ammo box.
The terain is a 2 star terrain for all caches. Beware very muddy in the winter. I have left instructions in short description for some caches as some of the footpaths are unclear where to go.
OK a bit about Outwood. The post Mill was built in 1665, there used to be two windmills. When not broken it is the oldest working post mill in the UK. Was damaged in gales 05.01.2012
Outwood Cricket Club was formed in 1887, it is still going. In 2001 the cenus recorded 569 people. 309 males and 260 females.
Have fun on the loop and keep smiling.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum