Thank you for looking for the all new series of caches which is now the re-vamped wonderful Walk. Or WW as they are labelled.
Some of these on this series are the original hides, just renumbered to tie in with the new circuit. “I Hear the train a Coming – Eynsford Viaduct” and “Valley View” caches have now been incorporated into the series as they are on the route anyway.
There are still few extras on the route that do not belong to me, so why not pick these up on route.
Once up on the downs the views on a clear day are awesome. I would suggest walking the route in numerical order, This will save you going up the steeper slopes. The whole walk is very child and geohound friendly.
For those with younger legs, or those who want to do it in 2 sections, I have included a breakout route that takes down through the Millennium Path. This section is the only part of the walk where you may encounter livestock. But the cows here are very friendly and will just stand and watch you.
The hides are not meant to be hard, but some will get thinking. This more about being an enjoyable walk. I have tried to vary the size of the caches to make it more interesting.
Please re-hide the caches so they cannot be seen. This is a wonderful area to walk. Remember. Take nothing but photos. Leave nothing but footprints. Saying that please swap fairly where swaps are available.
Remember to log your find on here. Cache owners do a lot of preparation and planning to put their caches out. Please write a detailed log below. Remember the golden rule. Sign the log. No name in the log equals no find and your log will be deleted.