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Mud River Covered Bridge

A cache by ExploreWV Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 09/18/2010
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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ExploreWV
Geocoin Challenge
Mud River Covered Bridge
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The first ExploreWV GeoChallenge, launched in 2010, was the WV Geocoin Challenge which has now ended. A new Civil War Challenge is coming soon! You will be invited to explore some of the State's interesting historical sites!

ExploreWV is a group of Geocache enthusiasts in West Virginia brought to you by the WV Department of Education and the Arts and the WV Division of Culture and History. Through ExploreWV, various Geocaching trails and challenges have been organized, providing an excellent and adventurous way to explore our beautiful Mountain State.Visit ExploreWV online at GeocacheWV.


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Of all the covered bridges in West Virginia, the Mud River Bridge in Milton may be one of the lesser-known bridges. It is one of only 17 historic covered bridges in the state, was built in 1876, and spans 108 feet across the Mud River. Other than this historic covered bridge, Milton is also home to the annual West Virginia Pumpkin Festival and the authentic WV handcrafted glass factory, Blenko Glass Company. For more information on the Mud River Covered Bridge and the town of Milton, visit GeocacheWV

You will be seeking a decon container. Decon containers require that you snap shut EACH of the four corners of the lid: snap, snap, snap, snap! Please use etiquette and be courteous when Geocaching and replace the container exactly where you found it.

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