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My 100th !This hide is to commemorate my 100th hide...You are looking for a small Ammo box.
... This one is a little harder than most. First, start out at the Appalachian Trail parking on Dennis Cove Rd
N36 15.844 W82 07.386
Second, hike and hike until you reach
N36 16.383 W82 07.930
Straight ahead is the High Water trail, you can hike this trail to the shelter and then loop back around to the lower water trail to get to the falls, if you want to enjoy the hike. There is an AT Shelter this way also where you can camp overnight.
This is the TOP of the steep downhill descent to the falls. The view is WELL worth the trip. Go all the way to the falls. Swimming in the falls is not recommended, but there the cool breeze and great view are worth the effort.
Third, head back up the steps you came down and locate the cache. GPS coverage is spotty in this area, so I've included clues to help. If, after your first visit you can't find it, I've got pictures.Enjoy ! and don't forget to Cache in, Trash Out.
Please do not leave any food products or anything that smells like food (i.e. fruit scented items). Animals will find and destroy the cache if you do. Thanks.
FTF HONORS GO TO 59greatbooks !!!
This cache placed by a member of TriCitiesGeocachers Group
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