This is the starting point of a walk of about three miles around the countryside to the north and east of Great Chart. On preparatory trial walks it took me about two hours to get round
The walk is mostly on footpaths which at the time of hiding were very muddy, but there is one stretch on a country lane. Some drivers do fly along this lane; do take care.
You can either do the road stretch first (by starting at cache 14) or last by starting here
Also the route crosses the railway at one point so again please take care.
Some cache owners delight in the trickier hides. this cache series is NOT supposed to be difficult. If you can't find any of the caches within a few minutes then it has probably been muggled.
The simplicity of the finds is reflected in the D2 rating for all of the caches; the T2 rating of each cache assumes they are done as a series. Each cache description is deliberately very basic; listing only the route from the previous cache
On the trial runs whilst preparing this walk I took my two small dogs with me. I feel I should say that this walk isn't quite as dog-friendly as some geo-walks I've been on. There are livestock on several fields, and there are a few stiles over which you will have to carry your pups (if jumping isn't his strong suit)
Because of these stiles I would seriously not recommend this series to be done at night, or with buggies or bikes
You should have no problem finding this cache From here continue up the lane to the next cache