* ATTENTION PLEASE: GEOCACHING CAN BE DANGEROUS.
THIS IS NOT AN EXTREME CACHE BUT THE CACHE IS MOST ACCESSIBLE FROM AN AREA WHERE THERE IS POTENTIAL RISK OF FALLING - ESPECIALLY FOR SMALL CHILDREN AND CARELESS ANIMALS.
IF YOU UNDERTAKE THE SEARCH FOR THIS CACHE, YOU TAKE FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR ACTIONS AND FOR THE SAFETY OF OTHERS IN YOUR PARTY. THE CACHE OWNER ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR AND INJURY OR WORSE THAT MIGHT THEORETICALLY OCCUR IN ITS PURSUIT. SEE FURTHER NOTES BELOW
This is a 150 ml rectangular lock & lock container.
Please take care when looking for this cache, especially if you have young children or dogs with you. Ensure they do not enter the area beyond the railing. It is possible to enter that area safely, and the cache is found most easily by doing so. But the cache container is held in place by magnets and, if you are tall enough and can reach far enough, you may be able to retrieve the container from the path side. Please be careful not to knock it down when feeling for it or drop it when trying to retrieve it, and replace as found.
This cache is part of a series created with cycling in mind. It can of course be found on foot though, from wherever you may begin or end your caching journey, you will probably need to return along the same route or use 2 cars, leaving your second at another point along the trail.
We have created a list of this series including caches set by other owners nearby along the Downs Link trail. We will add new caches to the list as they are created :) Downs Link Bookmark List
More general information about this series, including a range of potential parking locations, can be found on Downs Link - Garden Centre? which is the first cache of the group heading north from West Grinstead Old Station, recognised as the midpoint of the Downs Link bridleway.