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A cache by SnoringSaints & JustinC74 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/25/2009
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Come check out this cache in a lovely new park / conservation area. Great for Mountain Bikers as well as hikers. Just a brief walk from one of the second access points of the park.

We've been waiting on pins and needles for this new conservation area to open, and we were not disappointed when we finally got to go in. It's wonderful!

We took the Saints out for a stroll on the multi-use trails, and were greatly outnumbered by the folks on mountain bikes, but we had a great time exploring this new park. The trails are fantastic! There are several paths that wind around the park, and you could easily spend a couple of hours exploring.

This cache is accessable from either a very short walk from one of the secondary access points of the park, or a longer hike from the main parking lot off Paradise Lake.

*** Please do not tresspass or disturb the residences close to the park entrance. You do not need to enter any private property to retrieve this cache. ***

We hope you enjoyed the hunt as much as we enjoyed the hide!

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