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This is a little power trail designed to put Ellis on the geocaching map.
All the containers are of the same type and size. This is a relatively easy series, however one stretch is on a paved highway, so watch little geocachers closely. The stretch on the highway does have places to pull off the road. There is also a stretch of unmaintained road, this would be best left to vehicles with plenty of ground clearance as there are some large ruts and no place to turn around, it can be hiked in, and will be about 1/3 mile hike. There are only 2 caches in this unmaintained stretch, the rest are on well maintained county roads, however after a rain you are traveling at your own risk.
None of the caches in this series are wheelchair accessible, though none are very difficult to walk to or find. If you spend more than a couple minutes looking it is probably gone.
Good luck and happy caching.
Congratulations to skuhl and family for FTF on all 58 of the series and on reaching 500 finds!
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Last Updated: on 1/6/2018 10:12:09 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (6:12 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum