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Good ol' traditional large cache, somewhat hard to reach, easy to find, then hard to reach again...
We thought it would be nice to place a series of caches along some of the local recreational trails in our area. So the daughter (who we refer to as Phrappy) and I loaded up the backpacks and bikes, and headed on in for the afternoon. These caches can be reached by hiking, skiing, or by bike, but just a little warning to those who aren’t familiar with Wisconsin’s Deer Season. If you come to do caches in the State Forest around November - plan on wearing plenty of blaze orange, and plan on helping someone drag some venison out of the woods after you’re done caching for the day. There will be plenty of both to do…
The Black River State Forest Hiking, Biking & Skiing Trails are open year round, and they are maintained on a regular basis, for all seasons.
You can access information about the trails at (visit link)
The Geocache Notification Form has been submitted to Peter Bakken, Black River State Forest Superintendent. Geocaches placed within the State Forest requires permission by means of a notification form. We would like to thank the State of Wisconsin for allowing us to place caches within the State Forest so all can enjoy the area as we have.
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Last Updated: on 1/30/2017 3:35:30 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:35 PM GMT)
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