Ives: Three Places in New England
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A series of Ives Trail caches is a work-in-progress. None are quick hikes, but do include beautiful terrain.
Ives1 - Ives21 caches are in place and most have been activated.
In Wooster Mountain State Park (East Section)
Alive and well as of 6/17/14.
Allow 40 min to 1 hour (uphill) to reach the cache, less to return (downhill)
Elevation of cache: 906’
Cache size: 9"x 7"x 3"
PARKING: WM E: N 41 21.162, W 73 28.130
on the east side of Rt #7 in a gravel parking lot
Stay on the Ives Trail
In the back of the parking area turn north to follow the Ives Trail, keeping #7 on your left (not along the pond). Simply follow the blazed Ives Trail. As you approach the cache, note the trail-registry box.
RSOT = right side of trail
There is no climbing required at the cache site. Dont' be tempted to leave the trail too soon.
Want to do a good deed? Provide a little trail maintenance en route.
Too, you needn’t be paranoid. The gunshots you (might) hear come from target shooting at the Wooster Mountain Shooting Range on the west side of Route #7.
Recommendation: After finding the cache, continue on the Ives Trail for about 300 ft to reach an old roadbed, one of many area “post roads”. If you explore, you'll want to mark a waypoint at this intersection to find the return trail later.
The Ives Trail continues to and through Tarrywile Park.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum