The greenway property encompasses land along the north side of the steep Godfrey Ridge, which runs in an east-west direction from Stroudsburg to Delaware Water Gap. The rail bed for the abandoned (yet historic) New York, Susquehanna & Western RR runs along the bottom of the ridge on the south side of the Brodhead Creek. This allows a picturesque and fairly easy walk out to the eastern edge of the county's property. This area is popular among the mountain biking community, so don't be surprised if you happen upon a downhiller erupting from the rhododendrons! The structure on the creek near the cache location was once a hydroelectric dam.
If you're the FTF (First To Find) don't forget your Monroe County Rocks rock!