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Boom Site Hike

A cache by Team Dennis Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 6/21/2010
3.5 out of 5
4 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is placed about .4 miles south of the Boom Site cave. I wanted to hide one that would require a good amount of effort for the reward of the smiley face. You will not need to cross any fences to find this cache.

WARNING!!! This is NOT a park and grab micro in the parking lot of your neighborhood big box retailer!!! You MUST be in good physical condition to get to this one.

I strongly suggest that you do not undertake this one alone as it is very possible to slip and fall and injure yourself along the bluffs. You will encounter (at a minimum) rocks, streams, thorns, mud, downed trees, bugs of all kinds, poison ivy and itch weed. That is what accounts for the 4 star terrain rating.

You might be tempted to park in a lot that might seem to be closer but you cannot access GZ from this lot due to a fence AND a cliff. Please park at N 45° 05.072 W 092° 47.212 as it the best place to begin your journey.

Please rehide as well or better than you found it.

The terrain rating may change from week to week and season to season, but I have it set for the worst conditions that I expect to occur.


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