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This is one of 25 mostly winter friendly caches placed in the Cook Conservation Area.
This is a loop trail of approximately 5 miles. It is mostly along a colonial era turnpike and along the Nashua River. There are old mill ruins along the river. It is a fairly dry trail with several small bridges over streams. This trail is on Lancaster Conservation Land and is approved by the Conservation Committee. There is parking off Route 70 at the beginning of the trail with a sign and rules. Do not park on Route 70 or you will be ticketed, towed, or both.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum