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This cache has been archived.

MTQ2010: Unfortunately extensive ongoing forestry work and paths closed by the Highways Agency until safe has lead to decision to archive loop.


2L6 BRIDGE DECK Charlie's 2nd Loop

A cache by MTQ2010 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 09/15/2015
2.5 out of 5
3 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

A very undulating geocaching loop of just over 3 miles, fitness will help.

Located in Back Wood, up behind Bow Brickhill. 

Good parking is at top of the hill at N52° 00.010  W0° 40.310 

Cache #1 is approached straight from the Church. It is on a signed public footpath, but not always identified as such on all maps.

Beware there are patches of rough and wet paths along the route and will have sections that are muddy in the winter.

There is no longer need to collect the three numbers in the caches along the route to solve the puzzle in the Bonus Cache. 

All the caches are in a wooded area and on public footpaths and bridleways.

Some of the coordinates will not be exact due to tree interference on GPS’s.

Hints given will help considerably in finding the caches.

Please comment if any maintenance is required

All within easy reach of the paths and bridleways.  


This is our lovely Welsh Springer Spaniel , Charlie’s, second but hardest loop so far. He was even tired on this one.

He has hidden over 100 caches on his walks from home, he loves to read your comments!

ROUTE: Down the hill, then fork off left, down a gullied path. Bridge seen at the bottom..

Cache is no longer a field puzzle the padlock to the log has been removed. 

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

PNPUR. Qrpxvat! Crnfr erunat pnershyyl nsgre.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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