White Pine Cache
In Wisconsin, United States
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You can approach this cache to within 0.3 miles if it is not winter and the conditions are not wet. If these conditions exist an additional 1.5 mile hike down the logging road will be required.
The former Keystone Road was a haul road for the logging industry. There are many 150 year old white pines in this area. The former Keystone Rd. is now dead ended at a location called "The Dip". In 1989 the beavers built a giant step dam to the East of the former Keystone Rd. which caused the culvert crossing on a runoff Tributary to Lost Creek to wash out. You can now cross the "The Dip" on foot. This Cache was chosen by my 12 year old son the Keystone Coyote.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2015 16:42:46 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (00:42 GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum