Welcome to the Oak Creek Challenge Trail
Cache is at posted coordinates but you must meet the requirements of this challenge in order to log a find on it.
- OCCT Who Are You? Challenge
To complete this challenge you must meet all of the following conditions:
- Using your geocaching name, this challenge requires you to find a cache that starts with each letter and/or number in your name. Preferably, pick your favorite caches for that letter/number.
- You must have at least 4 different types of caches listed. i.e; virtual, multi, mystery, earth, event, and so on…BUT no traditionals. If your name is shorter than 4 letters/numbers, all caches must be a different type.
- No cache can be repeated. If you have the same letter or number in your name, you must use different caches.
- Your own hides DO NOT count.
- You may not change your user name from the time this cache is published until the time you qualify! Not that anyone would, but you know… Keeping it all on the same playing field for everyone.
- You must list the cache name, GC code, date found, and type in your log. (See my example below for the format)
R Rock Island Cache GCKC26 Multi 3/18/11
O OmaHoliday Pizza Party GC17VQP Event 12/29/07
G Geocachers Assisting Art Event GC132D1 CITO 6/23/07
E Emergency Repairs GC3K8CY Wherigo 01/4/13
R Racer’s MONSTROUS Erratic GC1BRDJ Earthcache 5/30/10
D Dear Goat GC3MR3E Letterbox 7/14/12
O Old Iron Cache GC94A9 Multi 10/26/08
D Dartmoor GC3CYWV Letterbox
G Geocache the Bluffs GC12Z19 Event 10/13/07
E Elijah Cornell Chase House GC117B Virtual 8/30/09
R Rock of Pawnee GC1XRT1 Earthcache 4/17/10
- Any posted "Found It" logs that do not meet the requirements of this challenge will be deleted.
- If you have not met the requirements of this challenge, you may visit this cache, sign the log book and post a note on this page. When you have met the requirements of this challenge, you may then post a "Found It" log without having to revisit the cache.
More information about the trail:
The Oak Creek trail was on old railroad line that was taken out of service in 1993 and turned into the trail in 1996. To find out more information click here. We hope that you enjoy the trail as much as we do.