Buffalo At Baird
In Wisconsin, United States
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If you take the trails on the south side of the creek, I would rate the terrain as a 3 or 3.5. If you can come at it from the north side of the creek, it would be more of a 2.5.
This is a two-part multi for people who like a bit of a hike. Pick a fine day with the sun shining and you will have a grand time geocaching. Or, pick an overcast, cold, pouring rain day, or, in winter, a blizzard day with the temps hovering around -10 and you will join the ranks of the strangely rabid but completely dedicated cachers who know no limits.
For the most part you can follow the trails. Only at the ends will you have just a little off-trail effort to find the locations.
As always, replace them as you found them. Also, it would be nice on your way out to pick up an old bottle or can that the wildlife did not leave there. CITO!
You may want to park at: N44 30.024 W087 56.173, or maybe at the Christa McAuliffe Park.
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Last Updated: on 8/16/2014 1:36:32 PM Pacific Daylight Time (8:36 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum