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Mt. Pinos Cave Dweller

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Hidden : 7/31/2007
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2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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From I-5 take Frazier Park exit and follow the signs to Mt. Pinos.

On Frazier Mtn. Park Road there is no such thing as too far. Follow this road until it leads you right into the Mt. Pinos Nordic Base at the top. This is quite a drive, so enjoy the scenery along the way. Look for signs leading you to Mt. Pinos. (Ignore Mt. Pinos Way)

Once in the parking lot of the Nordic Base: Face the Nordic Base and find the well defined trail to the right. This trail will be to the left of the "Pack it in, Pack it out" sign. Follow this trail to another well defined trail on your left. You will see some other smaller trails first...ignore those until you come to a well defined trail that leads you to a campsite. You will be on the right track if you have to pass through a large fallen redwood tree.

This is a shoebox sized cache that we won at the 7-28-07 Bakersfield Hart Park CITO event. The original contents of the cache included:
Log book and pen
Bob the Builder VHS tape
2 mini rescue vehicles
KROQ sticker window cling
tiny basketball
chip clip
tiny FM radio

Then we stuffed it FULL of all kinds of other goodies, including a travel bug!

This was our first hide...we hope you enjoy it!!

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