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This cache requires a 2-mile round-trip hike beginning at the Windmill trail-head near the Wildcat Bluff Nature Center entrance. The search for this cache allows you to witness and enjoy the Texas Panhandle's beauty. Remember to take water along while hiking in the summer.
The cache is an eight inch round plastic container.
The nature trails are now open 7-days a week all year during daylight hours.
Admission fees, taken on an honor system, can be deposited in the metal tree sculpture located near the main bulletin board near the visitor center.
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This location was once part of the historic Frying Pan Ranch established in 1881. 110 years later, 645 acres of cow pasture became a part of Wildcat Bluff Nature Center showcasing the history and native flora and fauna of the Texas High Plains.
Wildcat Bluff has a "Leave No Trace" policy. Visitors are required to carry out anything carried in (except trade items) and any trash seen. Once you leave the main trail in search of the cache, you must not follow any faint trails leading to the cache departing from the trail. We want to avoid creating any trails leading to the cache.
Thank you for helping to keep our facility as pristine as nature can make it!
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Last Updated: on 1/20/2017 3:28:28 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:28 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum