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Take exit 242 off of Interstate 25 go East on Rt. 165 about 5 Miles turn Right on Tunnell Springs Rd. Go a couple hundered YARDS. Turn right on Quail Meadow Rd. Follow this A short distance to the Parking Area @ 35 17.863 106 27.386.
After you park Follow this trail to 35 17.720 106 27.415.
This will put you on the correct trail, #246 [not signed].
The trail will take you past a large Gray Sandia Wilderness Sign.
Continue on the trail thru an opening in the fence, until you come to a SECOND opening @ 35 17.250 106 27.161.
Go right and STAY on the trail keeping the fence on your LEFT side for a short distance. NO NEED TO BUSHWACK.
Continue on the trail thru the switchbacks to the Cache
NOT FOR YOUNG CHILDERN; Perhaps 7 & above.
Excellent Views From the cache.
Distance to cache about 1 Mile from Parking, With a 500 foot elevation change
Cache is a plastic 12 0unce container painted camo with an official caching sticker.
Contents;Official caching log book, pencil, two GeoCaching New Mexico Pins and a Caching Sticker.
Room for Small trade Items Only.
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:58:09 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:58 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum