Hiking Night Cache
In Wisconsin, United States
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This is a pretty hard cache! Do not attempt if you cannot handle hiking for more than a half hour. In the day time this terrain is a 3 (for this part of Wisconsin) but I marked it as a 5 because you need to do it in the dark. The coordinates take you to your parking spot, the park is closed at 11pm.
The first trail marker is dead ahead of your parking. There is a fire tack about every 40 feet. You do not need equipment besides high powered flashlights to do this cache, but be aware that you will be hiking up steep hills. Once you find the smiley face, the cache will be within 20ft. Expect this cache to take under an hour.
Look around once you found the cache, there is a new trail marked as a triangle to lead you back to your parking spot, unless you want to go back the way you came! I highly recommend you come back during the day because you will be in awe by the rock formation you go through before the cache.
Have fun, but be careful! Attempt at your own risk, you're at fault for any injuries you incur while hunting.You can bring you dog if they are good at hiking and staying close- we brought our Pomeranian!
Although the cache is still in place, I recommend not attempting it in the winter. Unless you scout the land ahead of time and figure out how to trek the landscape, you may be facing certain injury.
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Last Updated: on 10/1/2013 9:30:01 AM Pacific Daylight Time (4:30 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum