Small lock and lock type of container barely big enough to hold a log book, a pen, and a trackable. It's a very typical hide. This cache was placed just before the blizzard of 2015, so I am unaware of what might grow there come spring. Right now, it's only camo is snow. There is a unactivated geocoin for the FTF.
There is signal bounce in this area because of the power lines.
Lots of people snowshoe and ski on the rail trail in the winter. The rest of the year, people walk, ride bikes, etc.
Newbie Tip - Lots of people have started geocaching on the NRRT. There is a ton of info at the Geocaching website. If you haven't been there, check it out later, but for know, log this cache.
When you log your visit, the cache owner gets a copy of your log in his or her email. Most cache owners enjoy reading about your experience. Some people are short and to the point and say, "Nice day. Here with the kids. Cache was in good shape. TFTC" while other might leave a paragraph or two. TFTC means "thanks for the cache". Most cache owners appreciate when people write at least a little more then TFTC though.