The cache is not at these coordinates.
But, this is where you should start your journey. This hike will probably take a couple hours.
This is the next of Run/Hike/Bike with Me caches that I have started since moving to MN. Since most of my cache finds are done while exercising, I thought I would offer this delight to others.
These caches will not necessarily be hard to find, but you will have to put some miles on the legs for them. So lace em up, grab some water, and come join the fun. Your hike will mostly be on the Mazomani Trail, a little over 5.5 miles. The waypoints are all on trails which can probably be accessed all year long. The final coordinates for the cache are placed in a winter friendly place not too far from the parking lot. Dogs are allowed; Bike riding is not allowed on parts of this hike, sorry.
As for the waypoints ...
Q1 (Long Loop) - From here, we are taking the long loop of the Mazomani Trail. That loop is a distance of A 1/2 miles.
Q2 (Bridge) - This thing can hold some weight!! I mean a semi can drive over it. How many tons? = BC
R1 (The rock) - This is one of my favorite places to have lunch and read. With some effort, it is possible to climb up. If you have trouble, take your backpack and throw it up there. Now, you have to find a way up!
Q3 (Sign) - There is a yellow sign with how many letters? = D
** Folks, this sign is gone. It used to say "State Park". I will correct soon. R2 (Ghost) - If you have not been here before (Jabs Farm), this is a Ghost Cache (GCC118)
Q4 (Buzzard) - This is my other favorite place (there is also a bench nearby). Good chance to spy some eagles flying across the way. There is a first name here. How many letters are in it? =E
OK, so grab a pen ...
Hope you had a great walk.