Bay Area Ridge Trail Travel Tag Ridge Trail Biker

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Released:
Friday, March 11, 2011
Origin:
California, United States
Recently Spotted:
In the hands of mini cacher.

This is not collectible.

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Current GOAL

I'd like to visit as many caches along the Bay Area Ridge Trail as possible!

About This Item

Ridge Trail Biker

The Bay Area Ridge Trail is a proposed 550+ mile hiking & ridging trail along the ridgelines and hilltops circling San Francisco Bay. There are currently more than 330 miles of Ridge Trail open to the public, and preserved for future generations. When complete, the Ridge Trail will connect more than 70 parks and open spaces.

The Bay Area Ridge Trail Council is the non-profit working to plan, acquire, design, build, care for, and promote the Ridge Trail. The Council works in close partnership with agencies and local government, parks, land trusts, and other stakeholders and volunteers to complete the vision of a continuous trail around the Bay Area, for hikers, cyclists and equestrians.  To learn more, visit www.ridgetrail.org

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Tracking History (38.7mi) View Map

Visited 10/1/2011 mini cacher took it to Old Red One California - 17.53 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 7/23/2011 mini cacher retrieved it from hearin shots California   Visit Log

Will try to move along soon. Hopefully on a ridge trail.

Dropped Off 7/16/2011 barlone87 placed it in hearin shots California - .71 miles  Visit Log
Visited 7/16/2011 barlone87 took it to Brandon's Oak California - .15 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 7/16/2011 barlone87 retrieved it from Willow View California   Visit Log

Found while out hiking with some friends.

Dropped Off 4/23/2011 dprovan placed it in Willow View California - 11.64 miles  Visit Log

After a couple weeks visiting the Pleasanton area, I finally got the Biker back on the BART here on a nice bike path in the ridge east of Lake Chabot. We dodge several bikes on the way up here. Happy trails!

Visited 4/11/2011 dprovan took it to Dublin Hillz California - 6.78 miles  Visit Log

Since I took it up to Pleasanton Ridge yesterday, it seemed only appropriate that I take it up to the Dublin Hills today.

Visited 4/10/2011 dprovan took it to Just "monkeying" around California - .14 miles  Visit Log

When I found this TB in <a href="http://coord.info/GC1HB8T">Monkey Tree</a> a few days ago, I was reminded of this cache on the Pleasanton ridge that I've bypassed a couple times because I didn't have anyone with me to call the paramedics. Today I was up on the Pleasanton ridge to show this TB a <em>real</em> ridge, so I took it to this cache. I was thinking about leaving it there, but, to be honest, I had more important things on my mind that trying to get a TB into a just barely big enough cache 15' off the ground, so I just showed it the cache and kept it with me. Just as well, since I really want to keep this on the BART as requested.

Visited 4/10/2011 dprovan took it to Blue Oak Knoll Fortune California - 7.44 miles  Visit Log

I took it up to visit the Pleasanton Ridge, but didn't dare leave it there.

Retrieve It from a Cache 4/4/2011 dprovan retrieved it from Monkey Tree California   Visit Log

This is the first TB I've ever been tempted to keep. It's really, really cool. And zntargvp, too! But I promise to resist and return it to the wild somewhere else along the trail.

<p>This is the second of these BART trackables I've seen. In fact, I was carrying the other one (<a href="http://coord.info/TB3Z7ZF">Bay Area Ridge Trail Travel Tag</a>) with me when I found this one. I'd just picked it up Saturday down on the section of the BART that goes through Ed Levin. So I exchanged that one for this one. I think I got the best of that deal!

<p>I've never taken the Bay Area Ridge Trail seriously since it ignores the best bay area ridge of all: Pleasanton's! But these TBs have really done exactly what they're supposed to. I've looked at the trail now and realized how many cool opportunities it offers me. I'll be sure to hit another segment to move this guy along on his journey. Cool idea!

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