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Year round access. Some bushwhacking at the end.
Enjoy a visit to the headwaters of the Missouri River. Note there is a 5$ fee for non-residents. Due North of the cache is a large outcropping that Lewis and Clark climbed to view the Gallatin Valley. Due West is a lookout to view the headwaters of the Missouri River where the Jefferson and Madison rivers join. The area can be very busy. The cache contains several camping type implements and is found in a shoebox style rubber maid container. Enjoy the visit to this historical place as you hunt this fun cache. As of 4/27/07 the owners have signed up for a two year Montana Fish Wildlife and parks permit to have this cache at this site. I should also mention that there is a fee for out of state visitors to this park.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum