What is the Round Aylesbury Walk?
It's a 12 mile circular walk which can also be split into 2 or 3 mile segments for those only wanting a gentle stroll. It's a joint venture between the local Ramblers' Association and Aylesbury Vale District Council and is signposted clearly along the route. Most of the route to the North of Aylesbury is on firm footpaths and grassed areas, but there are parts of the Southern Section that cross cultivated fields and meadow land, so be prepared for some mud at times!
Once you've found all available caches in the Round Aylesbury Walk series, you're welcome to find the Bonus cache
About the Cache
This part of the Round Aylesbury Walk runs across open fields around the north-east of Aylesbury.
This cache along a small lane which is crossed by the walk. It's a great place for picking blackberries in the summer!
You are looking for a very small clik-lok box
Parking is available at the end of the lane. Coordinates are provided below.
The cache originally contained:
Pencil and sharpener