Boden fogou lies in a field on the the crest of a hill at the 77m contour with magnificent views eastwards. It is sadly decayed consisting of about 4m of open ditch associated with a former well. There are two quartz pillars at the entrance to the passage which is 1.4m wide with shillet walls. The orientation is to the south.
The fogou is in a small patch of unkempt grass on the side of a field. Hauntingly, the fogous was originally identified as being close to an apple tree. For how many generations had apples been growing here?
Alongside is a metal cover over a collapsed part of the fogou, easily mistaken as the remains of a former well.
The shillet walls are in good condition and the inner end of the passage appears to twist around to the east, pointing towards the well.