THE CACHING THROUGH THE SNOW TRADITION
The CTTS tradition is one of the oldest geocaching events in the Northeast. It was started in 2004 by Team Rampant Lion but after CTTS # 5 in 2008, TRL moved to Ca. NNJC kept the tradition alive with the help of Weathernowcast, Team DiviDivi, Treequest, Chinster and Old Navy, and hosted the 2009 CTTS # 6 through today.
"Divi Divi, Old Navy, Weathernowcast" ~ CTTS #6 ~ 2009
" light snow ~ CTTS # 5 ~ 2008 "
" Hot chocolate elves ~ DiviDivi & Chinster ~ CTTS # 7 ~ 2010 "
" Treequest tends the fire ~ CTTS # 5 ~ 2008 "
PRE-EVENT HIKE AT MOUNT PAUL
Mount Paul is located in Oak Ridge NJ and is surrounded by 1100 acres of prime contiguous rolling forests and mountainous topography, including a large scenic lake. The Highlands Trail runs through the property which is complemented by a loop trail system.
Join your fellow Geocachers for the fun morning pre-event hike and HOT CHOCOLATE!. ( served between 8:00 - 10:00 ). There will be a series of new caches placed in the mountains of Mount Paul. The gate will be unlocked and opened during the day to allow the Geocachers to drive up the mountain to the pre-hike location.
NOTE: THE GATE WILL BE CLOSED AND LOCKED BY LATE AFTERNOON, IF YOU ARE GOING BACK AFTER KROGH'S, PLEASE PARK AT THE ENTRANCE GATE AND HIKE BACK TO THE TOP.
The location where this event is held is a registered National Historic Landmark.
NNJC is about promoting a quality caching experience in Northern New Jersey.