12.04.11 - PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS CACHE HAS BEEN CHANGED!! THE CO-ORDINATES FOR THE FIRST LOCATION HAVE BEEN AMENDED!!
This multi-cache is located on the stately grounds of Woburn Abbey. So first peruse the Abbeys official website and take in all the history and information that you can handle as it makes this cache even more memorable:
Woburn Abbey Official Website
Now down to business... The caches are set along the paths of Woburn Abbey, this means that there will be no need to wander off and disturb the wildlife inside the park. A map of the pathways is available at the bottom of this page, so print it out and take it with you as you will need it as the pathways arent always clearly marked!
The cache itself starts by parking in the "FREE" car park at the co-ordinates stated at the top of the page. From here you'll need to head to a warning notice that Abi and her friends have left for you at:
N 51.59.396 W 000.36.330
To find the first cache you will need the following information:-
On the 2nd line of the notice, how many letters are there in the 3rd word, this answer is A.
At the bottom of the notice there is a date, this date is BCDE.
The first cache is located at: N 51.59 BEA W 000.36 (D-5)EE
Within this cache are the cordinates for the final cache. By now you should be wondering why this has a difficulty of 4 stars! The reason is that Abi and her friends congregate around the final cache at certain times of the day and we thought we should at least warn you rather than it be a nasty surprise! Please make sure that all caches are securely hidden as we have made an effort to make sure that no deers will be able to move the caches!
FOR YOUR SAFETY:
Deer will "normally" walk away from pedestrians who approach them slowly.
Please note that it is the mating season at present, so avoid wearing any novelty antlers to be on the safe side
Due to the wildlife and deep unfenced lakes this cache should not be attempted at night.
Make sure you stay to the side of the road when walking along the driveways
There is a £1 charge for pedestrians if you visit whilst the Abbey is open (but we've been 3 times so far and only paid once)