The cache used to be brown 50 cal. ammo box hidden in a wood on the top of a hill, because it has been muggled again it is now a clip lock box. I repeat - At the TOP of a hill. Several people have looked at the bottom of the slope which is wrong. Stay at the TOP. OK?
There is good parking at N 52 00.065 W 000 40.400 and although the road leading to it is narrow it is certainly passable. Nearby is Woburn Golf Club although don't worry, the cache is not within striking distance of wayward balls. The cache is a easy stroll from the car park.
Although it is in a wood there are plenty of breaks in the canopy so getting a good signal shouldn't be too much of a problem.
A number of visitors have had problem with this one. So to help 'Nighttime' cachers of anyone else having problems I've set up some clues which. if you know what you are looking for, should make it ever so much easier. If you get seriously stuck use the spoiler photos. Please, please try it without first though.
Just to get you started, from the car park walk up the steps and turn right. OK? Go for it.
Bow Brickhill is a pretty little village with the usual amenities. Just across the road is the local church which has parking just up the hill. A short walk through the woods will take you to Danesborough Hill Fort