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Park at N41°04.603 W74°23.682 or at N41°04.556 W74°23.459. Both spots are at the end of cul-desacs, and a trail will lead into the woods. The second is a tad longer walk but I think it's more interesting. Although there are no signs indicating as such, the land belongs to the Newark Watershed Commission. Hiking is permitted, but you're supposed to get a permit. $8.00 a year to hike on their land, available at their HQ on Echo Lake Rd, just a short distance away. If you dont't have a permit, you'll likely not encounter any problems, but I don't want anyone saying they weren't warned.
So why is this called T2V-1? well... read the logs or google it and find out. But if you want a surprise, don't do it and just go. Also be aware that signal bounce here is terrible and gps accuracy is unlikely.
WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!
The area around the cache is extremely muddy. Sink in past your ankles muddy. All year round unless there's been a real dry spell prior to it. Also note that once the target area is in site, the most direct route to the cache is the most muddy. Once you can see your target search area avoid the heavily traveled area and you should get to it and be less muddy. Having a change of socks and shoes in the car is heavily recommended. the cache is a small magnetic hide a key. it has a log and that's all. There's no pen you must bring your own.
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