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Travel down to picnic point for a Rockin' view. Choose the path less traveled, it makes all the difference.
You can see the capital from this cache. Gorgeous place for a run. Don't look at the Madison skyline for too long though, you might miss this rockin' cache!
*Bring a Pen*
As you search for this geocache or if you chose to explore, please do not leave the trails. The cache is not more than five feet off the trail and requires no bushwhacking. The entire Lake Shore Preserve is filled with a lot of ecologically sensitive areas as well as research areas they are protecting. If you are interested in helping in the restoration efforts, information can be found at the website listed above. The staff does monitor geocaching activity and if they see areas are being damaged as a result of geocaching, they will require the geocaches be removed.
Permission for placing this geocache was granted by Cathie Bruner of the Lakeshore Nature Preserve through obtaining a permit. Anyone wishing to place a geocache in any of the UW-Madison natural areas must apply for a permit and comply with all rules and regulations for placing a cache. The UW Arboretum prohibits the placement of any geocaches within its boundaries. Permit information and additional information regarding the UW-Madison Lakeshore Nature Preserve can be found at (visit link (visit link)
Your geo-dogs can also accompany you on this adventure, but they must be on a leash under your physical control at all times. Please cache in and trash out any trash you encounter along the way to help keep this area clean. The preserve closes at 10P.M. and you should not attempt to find the cache during closed hours.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum