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Lower Purgatory Creek IV

A cache by KRedEP Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 2/15/2008
2 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

A beautiful park in Eden Prairie. This new cache will give those of you who found the other caches in this series a reason to go back to this park in a different season. The cache is near the trail.

This cache was placed in October, we finally got around to applying for parks approval the end of December, and just got it approved.

There are several ways to enter this park. The caches are down in a canyon that needs to be accessed by a trail. See description for Lower Purgatory Creek I for a trail head recommendation. Here are other trail heads as well and all entrances access the same trail. N44 49.442 W093 25.746 and N44 49 23.445 W093 25 34.135. Although I didn't use these trailheads today, these might not have the steep snow covered stairs that the first cache in this series has. The stairs are difficult with the snow! Don't go here at night!

In the winter, the difficulty and terrain are higher and that is reflected in the current levels. The trail is steep with stairs and is snow covered. However the park is a winter wonderland and is worth the walk.

This cache has been approved by Eden Prairie Parks.

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