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MVT 01 Quarry Crossing

Hidden : 02/21/2014
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Geocache Description:

Please bring a pen
Depending on the time of day it can be a very high muggle area or almost no muggles at all.
Paths can get a bit muddy when wet.

** tweezers will be required on some of the caches around this route **and we suggest to precautions for tall nettles in some places***

Set in the beautiful Forest of Marston Vale. The Vale is one of 12 Community Forests in England. Community Forests were set up around towns and cities in the early 1990s, to improve land affected by industrial use in the past. The Forest of Marston Vale covers 61 square miles of Bedfordshire between Ampthill, Milton Keynes and Bedford

The walk around the Grange is an unusual route as although you are venturing through the countryside, all the paths have had concrete laid on them meaning that this walk can be enjoyed even in the worst of the mud producing weather. (with the exception of the centre section). This man-made element does not detract from the walks beauty through the woodland and alongside the river. The walk is fairly tranquil but you do have to walk near the flyover section of the A421 for part of the route so there is a small amount of traffic noise.

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