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The Tomb of the Unknown Cacher
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From I-210 to Windsor/Arroyo exit go North. Parking lot on left just as road makes sharp right turn. Look for signs (gabrielino Trail), hike the road (not the one down), stay left from there it's approx 4.5 miles rd trip to this cache and back. It's an easy and level bike ride also. For a shorther hike from 210 take Hwy 2 with parking at 34 13.372/ 118 11.451 but this way is steep on the way out. Restrooms and small campground near cache site. Have fun.
Recycled Can: Log and geostash. You are in a canyon and there is heavy tree cover and the Unknown Cacher will play havoc with your GPS. Take good care of the area. No need to climb on anything, or look in the ivy. Step just off the trail and face the tallest wall if you feel your hair rising on your neck, the unknown cacher is at your back. Please make sure it is well hidden when done. This unknown cacher was last seen looking for a cache called "The House of the Beastrider" we think he found it, is that what led to his demise? OR did he die of thirst. Take lots of water on your hike. Be safe, and have fun.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:21:32 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:21 PM GMT)
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