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Bike the Neck, Trail side tree

Hidden : 08/27/2006
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Trailside tree about 3 feet from the pavement

If you are having trouble locating this it is in a Trailside tree with a hollow spot about knee high. On the west side (Rt. 17 side) of the trail. One in a series along a newly paved bike trail in Georgetown County just south of the entrance of Huntington Beach State park. The nearest legal parking would be on Trace Dr. at the southern end of this bike trail. Do not park by the old gates that are the original entrance to the state park. You will start on the paved path and go north. This entire section of the bike trail is almost 3 miles long, but there are a total of 20 caches along this trail, some traditional (everyone can find these), and about 8 challenges which require you to qualify for them before being allowed to claim a find. You may also legally park near the north end of the trail near the Oyster recycling location. This road is clearly marked, but may be hard to spot, and it is a very sharp right turn, so be careful.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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