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PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2004 5:32 pm Reply with quote Back to top

A new cacher is trying to find some hard terrain caches in eastern WI took take a couple teens on that would like the physical challenge. Post your recommended cache Names, Waypoints and Comments on why it would be a great cache to poop them out on. I'll point them to this forum to await your recommendations. Image Thanks!

Also ... I seem to remember viewing a cache in another state (I think) that involves going through tunnels. Seems like it takes a couple days to solve, you need head lamps and a lack of fear. Anybody know what cache I'm remembering?

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2004 5:41 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Not really in Eastern Wisconsin but the Three Bad Ribs Cache in Wausau is basically going up and down steep hills non-stop. It takes around 4 hours to complete.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2004 6:34 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Tenner's 2N1 cache (GCEFDC) in Green Bay would be good. The initial coordinates leads you to a micro that contains two sets of coordinates - both leading to caches. However, one set of the coordinates lead to an empty cache the other set - the prize cache containing the log book and goody exchange. But the kicker is, you don't know which set of coordinates is which.
This park is huge and comes complete with lots of trails going up, down and around some good, steep hills. In addition there is the creek and lots of woods!
The cache page does say it takes about 2 hours to complete. (It took me a bit longer to do).
This is a challenging cache both in finding the caches and in dealing with the terrain.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 20, 2004 12:51 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Are you allowed to answer your own forum question? Image ChillsX3, you may want to also take them along when you solve my "Valley of TB Zoo" series. There are not long periods of ugly terrain ... but one of the "bars" has caused me to almost tumble down a small hill every time I've checked on it and one of the early finders found the cache by grabbing a hold of a tree while he started to fall off the same hill. Plus the actual cache "zoo" goal is in a spot that seem to give some people the creeps and wet ankles. Image P.S. the wet ankles are caused by the woods, not the fact that they got the creeps; thought I should clarify that. Image
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