This cache is not at the posted coordinates. You will need to collect clues in the other 60 caches that are part of this Geoart to get the coordinates and the combination to the pink lock. Each clue can be found in multiple caches.
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Inside the final you will find directions to claim a MiGO Hiker Dude pathtag. You will need to find at least 57 caches of the 60 caches that make up the Geoart and you will need to find the final. You will also need to have your finds logged on-line to qualify for a pathtag. For the 60 caches making up the artwork, if you log using a group name, you need to include that group name in your on-line log. Each individual cacher is required to sign the final log book with their own cacher name to qualify for a pathtag. Quantities of Pathtags are limited, first come first serve basis.
This Geoart was created for our members and the geocaching community by the Michigan Geocaching Organization (MiGO) Challenge Work Group. The purpose of our organization is to promote the sport of Geocaching in Michigan via improved communications and to provide information to the public about our activities and the sport of geocaching. If you are not a member already, please join and support our organization at www.mi-geocaching.org.
This geoart is along the Fred Meijer Heartland Trail on a section that runs from Stanton to Edmore. The trail is a paved asphalt surface. You are welcome to hike, bike or skate the trail to find the caches. All caches are placed within the right of way of the trail. There is parking in Stanton, McBride and Edmore. Edmore has restroom facilities. Coordinates for parking areas are listed in the additional waypoints.
MiGO is a 501(c)(7) organization and 100% funded by our members!