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By George! What a bridge!
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Cache situated in the Fort Lee Historical Park. Entrance off Hudson Terrance at N 40 51.116 W073 57.846.
Selected as a site to help defend New York and the Hudson Valley against the onslaught of the British during the Revolution, Fort Lee Historic Park today stands as a monument to those who battled for independence.
I came by this gem-of-a-park by accident and I was blown away by the fantastic view of the George Washington Bridge - the World's Busiest Bridge. This is definitely a place where you need to bring your binoculars and/or camera.
This is a high traffic area with many sightseers but I managed to find a semi-secluded spot to hide a cache. With a little stealth, one can extract the cache, examine the contents and rehide it without compromising its integrity. Note: The cache IS NOT hidden on the other side of the green fence that encloses the park.
To enjoy this spot, I suggest you park your car at the Northern most point of the park and walk Southerly on the well defined paths. There are many scenic overlooks encompassing the Hudson River as well as a makeshift fort area that will keep your kids entertained for a while.
Going thru the tolls on the GWB at rush hour can drive you INSANE!
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:41 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
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