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Parking is at N 34 09.917 W 118 56.134 Felton gate to the Los Robles Trail
Please stay on trails. No bushwhacking is required.
Always use caution when reaching into bushes.
It is .3 miles by trail to the cache.
The elevation gain is about 160 feet.
The cache is located 10 feet off of a side trail in an ammo container.
Important: If you are searching for Snow White, be sure to record the coordinate number or sequence given on the inside of the lid of the ammo container.
Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs (1937) was the first full-length animated feature in color with sound. It is one of Disney's greatest films, and a pioneering classic.
My version of Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs is a series of eight separate caches. To locate Snow White you must find the individual cache for each of the seven dwarfs. Six of the dwarfs will give you a coordinate number. The seventh dwarf will give you the proper sequence for each number. When you have all seven coordinate numbers in their proper sequence, find the final cache for Snow White.
The names of the caches are Bashful, Doc, Dopey, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy, Sneezy, and Snow White. All of the dwarf caches are located on or near good trails in Newbury Park. The Snow White Cache is in a city park.
All of the dwarf caches use full size ammo containers that are camouflage painted. Snow White's container is a smaller metal container that is not camouflaged. Since the movie Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs was for children, the original items placed in seven of the caches are children's toys. The original items in the Snow White cache are smaller toys, and various coins and souvenir pieces.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum