The South County Trailway is a 14.1-mile (22.7 km) long trail stretching from Van Cortlandt Park in The Bronx to Elmsford in Westchester, NY. Construction started in the 1990s and was completed in 2011. Most sections of the trailway are paved. This was once the part of the New York Central Railroad system.
Poison Ivy is very common along this trail, but I did my best to avoid it.
The cache is a camoed medium sized lock and lock container. The cache is accessible using a secondary trail from the paved trailway and a little bushwack.
There is a really neat wooden bridge that seems to go no where. It would have been a great spot, but another cache across the highway prevented that option. It was a little too marshy beyond the bridge for us to explore further. Maybe after a dry spell.
Parking is available at the posted coordinates.