In Wisconsin, United States
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It is very easy to get within about 20-30' of GZ, then you will need to pause and assess your personal limitations on whether to proceed on the final approach.
NOTE: The buddy system is suggested when mother nature is rearing her ugly head. BE WARNED - just a little rain, snow, and certainly ice will make the last 20-30' a slippery challenge that will raise the difficulty past the posted terrain difficulty. Use extreme caution if these conditions exist, but use caution under any conditions if you suffer from vertigo.
The final approach is NOT child friendly and is NOT recommended after dark. The posted terrain difficulty is for the last 20-30' with perfect conditions. Please be careful and take a few moments to catch your breath and enjoy the view while there. If you have a camera with you maybe post a photo of the view from ground zero if you are inclined to.
Some are having difficulty with this one and at times putting themselves at risk and/or looking unnecessarily in the wrong areas so lets try this . . . . . .
You are looking for a micro bison tube hanging on a hook from the right rear side of a tree that is located at the end of a sloped path located just south of the rocks and is maybe 18" or so above ground level.
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Last Updated: on 5/5/2013 4:57:37 PM Pacific Daylight Time (11:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum