Wayland's Smithy is an excellent chambered long barrows in Britain and lies a short walk from Uffington White Horse and Uffington Castle. It was built in two periods around 3700 and 3400 BC; only the second stage is now visible with impressive sarsen stones at the entrance and a massive, well defined long barrow. All this is set in a tranquil, beautiful location surrounded by beech trees.
Wayland's Smithy got it's name from Saxon tradition; the Saxons named it after the Saxon god of metal working. More information can be found at this web site.
This cache is hidden in a camo bag away from the sensitive site of Waylands Smithy itself.
There is a choice of parking. You can park at Uffington White Horse car park which has excellent views and is a much better car park, and also visit the cache at that location. Alternatively you could cache and dash at N51°34.103', W01°35.402'.
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