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Located on a Ridge South of Bear Canyon, In The SANDIA MOUNTAIN WILDERNESS AREA. A trail will take you to within about 35 feet of the cache. Located off the left side:
Great Views of Bear Canyon the mountains to the East & Cabazon Peak, Mt Taylor & White Mesa to the West.
And Albuq in the forground to the West.
The very obviuos trail continues Southeast beyond the cache. "Check Out The Aspen Grove Down in the Canyon."
Turn East on SPAIN off of Tramway Blvd. Follow spain until it ends turn right go a few hundered feet; PARK in the NO FEE Parking Area @ 35 08.781 106 28.942.
Head East on your choice of several trails towards the cache 1.45 miles ATCF Elevation a bit under 7,000 feet; Elevation change 800 feet. As you near the bottom of the ridge Go to 35 08.826 106 27.615 This Trail will take you to the cache; It does have a few short switchbacks. When it gets above the Arroyo @35 08.822 106 27.529 it will turn a slight North & east & then South East as it follows the ridge line TO 35 08.868 106 27.428 In a few areas its get faint "BE PATIENT" & "take your time" Walk Past The Cache uphill 100 feet to The Meadow. Then head "Left" down hill to the cache: ENJOY. You Will Not Be Dissapointed:
ENJOY THE VIEWS.
Cache is a large Tin 4" X 10" Painted Camo with the Offical Caching sticker attached;
Contents Two Pens & A Logbook. Also many other goodies
Located under the edge of a large Rock "SEE PHOTO"
Coords should be within 7 to 27 feet. Very Easy To See,
You May Want To Print Out The Photo Of The Cache Rock:
We could not get a good GPS reading, However Finding the Cache will not be a problem.
"NOT Reccommed for YOUNG kids under "about" 7 years old
(No hints available.)
- East View from cache.Top of the Sandia Mountain
- As you near the ridgeCache is left & downhill fronm the Large Rock.
- Cache RockUnder the downhill side
- On The TrailAbove the Cache
- Photo From The Cache South East View
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum