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A short hike on the Red Trail in Fahnestock State Park right off Route 301
A nice little walk on the Red Trail in Fahnestock State Park. Access to the Red trail is on Route 301. There is a post with a red marker on it right on the south side of the road. Parking coordinates are below. Parts of the trail are rocky and covered with moss so watch your footing. And if you happen to go after a rain storm there might be as many as four small streams to rock hop across. The cache itself is a foot long three inch tube, please put it back as you found it and make sure it is closed up tight!. There is a pen and pencil in the cache but it is always a good idea to bring your favorite writing utensil just in case. This cache is plum in the middle of my multi cache Sticks and Stones so you might as well do them both if you've come this far Have fun and enjoy!. ..............Cache has NYS Office of Parks,Recreation, and Historical Preservation permit number 05-08
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