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Bay Area Ridge Trail Travel Tag Bart Jr.

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Saturday, October 23, 2010
California, United States
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In Between a Rock and a Parking Place

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Current GOAL

"Bart Jr." travels the Bay Area Ridge Trail clockwise; visiting every park with a segment of the Ridge Trail in it (where Geocaching is allowed, which is determined by the managing agency of that park). But Jr cannot travel too far from home, so only visits parks in Santa Clara & San Mateo Counties. This will requite a trip across the San Francisco Bay, when Jr. reaches northern border of San Mateo County.

Bart Jr. (this Travel Bug) started in Almaden Quicksilver County Park, in San Jose, CA 10/23/10, & is racing ‘the Junior Councilor” (another travel bug) around these 2 counties, back to the start. 

About This Item

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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

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Tracking History (31.4mi) View Map

Dropped Off 11/1/2015 Ullii placed it in Between a Rock and a Parking Place California - 14.61 miles  Visit Log

Dropped off in Sanborn Skyline today along the Bay Area Ridge Trail - clockwise from where I picked it up in Sierra Azul. Happy trails, little bug!

Retrieve It from a Cache 10/30/2015 Ullii retrieved it from The Snows of Mount Umunhum California   Visit Log

Picked it up today in Sierra Azul and will move it along soon to a Bay Area Ridge Trail cache -- clockwise!

Dropped Off 6/6/2015 rainbow_guyz placed it in The Snows of Mount Umunhum California - 6.32 miles  Visit Log
Grab It (Not from a Cache) 4/11/2015 rainbow_guyz grabbed it   Visit Log

Picked this up whilst on a venture in Almaden Quicksilver County Park. Looks like it was mysteriously moved back to near its starting point. It was not on Wood Road - which seems to be the Bay Area Ridge Trail route through the park.

Discovered It 11/9/2014 thegirlsfromPA discovered it   Visit Log

We saw it while hiking with Kanchan. We didn't pick it up as we weren't sure that we would be able to find a Bay Area Ridge Trail cache soon to put it in. It's not in the Nazgul cache, though.

Discovered It 11/9/2014 kanchan discovered it   Visit Log

I discovered it in a cache in Almaden Quicksilver, but I didn't note which cache it was. I didn't pick it up.

Dropped Off 7/29/2011 2cachecowz placed it in X-6: Sanborn Reborn (Nazgul Secret Trailhead #10) California - 10.53 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 6/19/2011 2cachecowz retrieved it from The Peak California   Visit Log

took this traveler because it is in need of repair. we found on of these before so we know it should be attached to the information card. the card was in the cache as was the tag but they were no longer connected. we will fix this and place in another cache soon.

Dropped Off 3/5/2011 IthacaDoodle placed it in The Peak California - 12.57 miles  Visit Log

TB is now on the BA Ridge Trail in Sanborn-Skyline County Park.

Discovered It 2/26/2011 TgrrLili discovered it   Visit Log

Spotted Bart Jr. at the Mardi Gras event. Happy Trails!

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