A 2-stage multicache for kayakers, with a moderate tree climb at the end. From put in to take out it is 8.5 miles. You'll encounter class I and II rapids for half of it, then flat water for the rest. Take out area requires a portage.
More info on the journey can be found on the Herding Herons cache page, which is the same paddle. I guess it could be the slowest cache series ever placed (triannually?) Check back in 2024. Anyway, when I placed the gauge was only at 3 feet and it was still a blast.
Stage 1 is a metal tag with a three digit number. I have added a spoiler pic to the gallery; the contour lines are very close together here, and you need to leave your kayak.
To calculate the final coordinates, multiply that number by 51.58 for North; multiply by 26.98 for West.
Our spirit animal for this trip was an enormous bald eagle that swooped over us several times, alighting in a few dead trees for us to gaze at him. There's a wealth of other wildlife and pleasant beaches to visit along the way.
The final is in a fantastic climbing tree, lots of footholds. It isn't "insane" high but you will get a decent view.
Absolutely no night caching
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