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This cache is a small ammo can. Don't expect the GPS to get you any closer than the general area. Mine never had more than 50 feet accuracy. It's a deep gorge with lots of tree cover! The walk to the cache is short. The walk back to parking will seem a lot further.
The coordinates for the trail head are:
N 38 20.334
W 081 43.183
There is a small post marking the trail. This is not the only trail that will take you to the cache but there is parking for 2 cars pretty close to this trail head. I did leave a little clue near the cache if you know me and are clever enough to suss it out. I hope you aren't afraid to get your feet wet. This is a great cache for dogs. I had 4 with me when I hid it. The DS, of course, and LL Larkin as well as Gabby & Sierra who belong to a newbie named Greg I met while looking for a landmark bubbling near this cache. (Don't Light a match!) He was kind enough to show me the way and I initiated him to geocacheing. The original contents of the cache include:
a towel (always keep one handy)
a stuffed animal
bug trading cards
a beef scented air freshener
a coin purse
silver nail polish
The terrain rating is for the short hike in and out. The cache itself is easily reached.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:58:02 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:58 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum