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Please note the terrain rating right now. The hike to the cache is along a barren slope of the PQ canyon. While you can get to GZ w/ very little bushwacking, it is not an easy stroll. Keep your feet under you and don't wear clothes that restrict movement. I busted two or three times myself making the hide. If you are patient, find the easiest way down by simply looking around. The shortest way is not always the easiest way.
I hid this where I did for two reasons.
#1. After hiding the cache "Sul Ross" nearby, I became interested in finding some of the more distinct geological features in the area. This one is in a cool spot. It is roughly 100 yards off the beaten path.
#2. In my short geocaching career, I've found that the caches you remember are the harder ones to get to. This one will make you sweat, possibly fall, and maybe even bleed a little. As a result, don't bother w/ this one at night. Bring water if it's hot.
Use google map images to find the trail nearest the cache and have at it. I'd suggest staying to the west a bit as you approach GZ. That approach is really the only feasible one I think.
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