In Wisconsin, United States
How Geocaching Works
Use of geocaching.com services is subject to the terms and conditions in our disclaimer
Okay, I went and got "Sidetracked" while hunting for a cache site.
This is now a micro, as the original ammo can was stolen. Just a short walk off of the beaten path. This was once part of the Ice Age Trail, but has since been rerouted, after the Badger trail was built. Have fun finding this one when the leaves are out.
Even though the bridge has been removed by the farmer, this still is a nice quiet spot along the river. Stop and take a moment to listen to the silence
Remember if you bike, there is a trail fee for biking on the trail. Wisconsin DNR form 2500-118 has been filed and approved by the DNR Land Manager. All cache sites on state property must be approved by the DNR.
The Sugar River State Trail opened in the mid 70's as the second state trail in Wisconsin. The Sugar River State Trail, from Bump Road to Exeter Crossing Road, is part of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. The trail highlights the many topographic features that were created by the glaciers. The National Park Service also has deginated the Sugar River Trail as a national recreational trail.
Congrats go to CommanderUSN on another FTF! I hope that he took his FTF certificate with him.
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 9/20/2014 6:45:34 AM Pacific Daylight Time (1:45 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum