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The North County Trailway is a paved bicycle and pedestrian path located primarily on right-of-way lands of the former Putnam Division of the New York Central Railroad. The Trailway runs 22.1 miles and is located between the Putnam County Trail to the north and the Southern County Trailway to the south.
This section of the trail begins off the RT100 shoulder and flows through the town of Millwood, continuing to all points North.
The first stage you're looking for is located near a very busy (at times) section of the trail, while the final is in a more secluded spot. First stage contains only the coords to the final. Second stage is also a camo'd pill bottle in a fairly simple hiding spot. Not many spots along this section, as you'll see, but all the more reason to attract you to this secluded section of trail for your enjoyment.
Remember as always to watch for the standard "threats" to all of us geocachers while here.
Ticks, poison ivy, thorns, wet shoes, fast paced muggles, etc. All of which were hopefully avoided as best as possible upon cache placement, but you know the drill and know what to watch out for.
Don't forget to rehide as well as or better than found too.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum