The challenge is to find 25 (or more) caches with a Terrain rating of 5. All cache types are acceptable for this challenge, as long as the Terrain has a rating of 5.
For this challenge, you do not need to verify that you qualify. The "Statistics" page on your profile page will be used to verify your qualified to "Find" this cache. If you don't show the "Difficulty/Terrain Found" grid on your "Statistics" page, you will need to list the GC#, Cache Name, Date Found for each of the 25 caches you're using to meet the requirements.
1) You may not log this cache between March 15 through the first Saturday in May. (See "About the Cache below)
2) In order to qualify you must sign this log AFTER you have met the requirements. Signing it and then meeting the requirements does not count.
3) If you visit as a group every member of the group claiming a "Found" must sign the log individually. The log will be reviewed on a periodic basis and anyone failing to meet any requirement will have their "Found" log deleted.
4) If you log a "Found" and do not qualify your log will be deleted.
About The Cache:
1) This cache is a small peanut butter container on DNR land along the Fox River.
2) The container is located at the published coordinates.
3) This cache will be disabled from March 15 through the first Saturday in May. This is a Walleye Spawning Area is off-limits during this timeframe pursuant to NR 45.04(1)(b)
4) Feel free to post any pictures you take during your visit. The adventure of this cache is about reaching GZ. A few have already been posted to the gallery to give you a preview of the area.
5) Terrain will vary as the seasons, so be forewarned. This may be inaccessible at certain times of the year based on water / ice conditions.
6) This cache is not accessible from the west (i.e. Van Horn St) because there is no public access / parking here and would require you to cross private property. You must access this from the posted trailhead.
7) Difficulty rating is based on accomplishing the challenge prior to finding this cache. Difficulty of this particular hide is a 1.5.
The Geocache Notification Form has been submitted to James Holzwart of the Wisconsin DNR (Berlin Office). Geocaches placed on Wisconsin Department of Natural Resource managed lands require permission by means of a notification form. Please print out a paper copy of the notification form, fill in all required information, then submit it to the land manager. The DNR Notification form and land manager information can be obtained at: http://www.wi-geocaching.com/hiding