The geological features of this park MUST be added to your geocaching bucket-list. When we first discovered this spot, I could hear voices inside my head that kept whispering "plant cache, plant cache, plant cache". So, out of obligation to whatever geocaching spirits have possessed my brain, I dug a cache container out of my hat and found the best hiding spot Louie could muster.
You are searching for a large sized container. There will be some signal bounce here so think about all of the other bflentje caches you've found to date and then you'll be able to find this cache with no problem.
Even though there is little chance that someone will accidentially stumble upon this cache, please place the cache and its cover materials back the same way you found it so all future caches will have the same experience. The cache should not be exposed at all by design.
This geocache was NOT meant to be too easy so if you're a whiner or have physical limitations, you might want to pass on making the find.
To get to this cache, hike through the bottom of the ravine until you get to the Additional Waypoint that I've posted. From there, you should run into a pretty nice trail. If you bushwack up the bluff, you may come out missing a pint or two of blood from all of the rocks, boulders, and cedar trees.
This cache has been registered with Dakota County Parks