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The Bay Trail through Redwood Shores can be ridden as a level loop trip around the Redwood Shores peninsula on paved or gravel paths.
Redwood Shores is a 1500-acre peninsula that juts into San Francisco Bay east of Hwy 101, between Foster City and the Bair Islands. On its northwest flank is Belmont Slough. To the southeast is Steinberger Slough. Along its northeast point on San Francisco Bay are marshlands that are part of the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Artificial lagoons and channels run through the center of the peninsula, while sloughs and marshes surround it.
This cache is along Belmont Slough. Unless you find appropriate access, you won't be able to follow that arrow too easily. If it's been raining recently, the levee part of the trail will be sticky mud. If you go ahead, remember, I warned you. The cache container is a film-can micro with log, and room for small trade items. Bring your own pen.
The cache is on the open portion of the trail. Dogs are allowed, but must be on leash. Respect the endangered species' habitat behind the fences.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum