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Can anyone recommend a fun and challenging Cache in Door County. This will be my first Cache and am looking for a real challenge.
As a side note, will my Nuvi 300 work okay for caching?
thepharmgirl WGA Member
Location: West Bend, WI
Mon Jun 30, 2008 7:29 am
I went to Door County last month for a cache run, and I thought the "Door County Challenge" Multi-Cache (GCGE6B) was definitely a challenge, especially if you get to stage 3 and 4!! It's a great cache because you can choose when to stop if it starts getting too difficult. That would be my suggestion, but all the Door County caches are great! 
Trekkin and Birdin WGA Member
Location: West Salem WI
Mon Jun 30, 2008 9:00 am
We also liked Europe Bay, but agree that all of them up there are a lot of fun.
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TyeDyeSkyGuy WGA Member
Location: Kenosha, WI
Mon Jun 30, 2008 9:48 am
You Nuvi will get you near the cache, but finding it will be up to you. I've tried caching with my dash mount garmin, but it usually only got me within 75 feet of the cache. I highly recomend a handheld model for caching. Even the very inexpensive ones will generally be more accurate for caching.
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