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A cache by BriGuyNY Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 3/17/2011
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:


'OCATT' stands for

This is a tribute trail for all geocachers who live and/or geocache within the confines of Westchester County in the great state of New York! This series spans over 30 miles, from Croton’s Reservoir Dam to NYC’s High Bridge. Please read the following information to ensure a positive experience with your journey.

All caches are accessible during any season and they are physically located along, but not on, the actual OCA.
Each geocache in this series was placed with utmost respect to the OCA, nearby home owners, and the potential for muggles.
The trail is generally a 1.5 (flat/unpaved) terrain, although the listed ratings are adjusted based on how difficult it will be once you break away from it.
Should you journey the OCA in its entirety, you will be presented with a generous blend of rural, suburban, and urban developments.
All containers, aside from a select few that happen to be custom fabrications, are micro test tubes. None are simply placed for all to see; every container has been handled with special care, hidden and camouflaged as a traditional geocache.
If you are looking for a quick P&G numbers crunch like other mega-series runs, this isn't it.
Should you find difficulty in your search, I have provided a hint to be used at your own discretion for each listing, although you are encouraged to do without it.
To extract the log from each geocache container, you will need to use a pair of tweezers or needle-nose pliers.
There may be thorns in some places, as well as the potential for ticks in a few others, so it is recommended to come prepared.
Everything within the standard Groundspeak Disclaimer applies here.
This is a very long trail with multiple parking options, so you are on your own for the most part. Depending on the listing I will do my best to advise where exactly to go, although the preferred option is to travel as much of it as you can without driving to each intersection.
Be sure to check out other caches nearby this trail, as there are many that will be worth your while.



For owning a cache that is accessed via the OCA, ARC HUNTER fits right along with the OCATT (as do a few selected others) for showing me the way as I strolled down the trail with a bag of containers handy. It's geocachers like this which help show the masses of local communities a variety of trails and areas we otherwise would never have known, which is part of the reason this whole series even exists. For this, big thanks to ARC HUNTER for playing a part in the OCATT, and for not starting the fire. This one is for you!

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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