This cache is located along the Wildwood Trail along with many other clever hides. If you have time find them all.
The Wildwood Trail is a recreational trail that follows an old feeder rail line owned by the St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway Company and abandoned around 1970. This feeder once connected the main east-west rail line north of Woodville to the town of Spring Valley to the south. St. Croix County chose to develop the right-of-way for recreational purposes when the rail line was abandoned. Horseback riding, hiking and biking are common summer activities on the packed limestone trail from the county line at the south through Woodville at the north. Snowmobiling and hiking on the trail are favorite winter activities here. Pierce County, to the south, chose not to aquire the trail right-of-way and the adjacent land owners were deeded the rail road property. Local snowmobile clubs currently maintain a trail there for their benefit through private agreements with the land owners. Horseback riding, biking and hiking are not allowed on this section.
This cache is part of the "Miles" series of caches. I say a series, but they are all only very loosely linked. The miles are the number of miles they are from Zuma's house and they all obtain a clue to find HBZ 51. To obtain the last 5 digits of the north coordinates for HBZ 51 you must add up the clues found in the caches Mile 1 through Mile 25. To obtain the last 5 digits of the west coordinates you must add up all of the clues found in the caches Mile 26 through Mile 50. HBZ 51 was placed by WI_Robin, but the caches you must find to get to it are a coordinated effort of many local cachers. Happy Birthday Zuma!