Another set of caches along the South County Trail. Trying to continue on with H2"O"s great work on the North County Trail.
A nice walk on the paved trail. Bring your own pen.
The South County Trailway is a 14.1-mile (22.7 km) long trail stretching from Van Cortlandt Park in The Bronx to Elmsford in Westchester, NY. Construction started in the 1990s and was completed in 2011. Most sections of the trailway are paved. This was once the part of the New York Central Railroad system.
Poison Ivy is very common along this trail, but I did my best to avoid it.
The cache is a camoed pill bottle. You will not need venture too far from the path.
Many sections of the trail here are so densely overgrown that you cannot leave the path. There are a few spots however that open up to nice little isolated spots along the Saw Mill River. This little oasis is one of those spots. During heavy rain, these areas completely flood keeping the vegetation level low.
Parking is available at the posted coordinates.
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