4. Cowley Caper - Up the Junction
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You are looking for a magnetic keysafer, those who are vertically challenged may find this one tricky. At this point the Slough Arm joins the main Grand Union canal at the Cowley Peachey Junction. It can get quite busy here so stealth be needed.
The Cowley Caper will take you on a route of approximately 2.5 miles on towpaths, footpaths and a very short but busy stretch of road, around the Rivers Colne and Frays, Little Britain lake and the Grand Union Canal. Please keep an eye on children and animals near the water and roads and replace all caches as found. There is also the chance to pick up a couple of other caches from the Coal Post series en route. You will need to keep an eye out for bonus numbers in order to find Number 12 Cowley Caper - The Bonus One, not all caches have numbers. There are several parking/access points around the trail but bear in mind that the caches are numbered and bonus cache (12) can be found after Number 11.
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