A lot of caches on trails?

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A lot of caches on trails?

Postby Raelin13 » Sun 2014-11-09, 01:46:34

Are there any good cache trails in nwo other than the towpath or the wabash?

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Re: A lot of caches on trails?

Postby TeamMina » Sun 2014-11-09, 09:19:55

The Flintstones and Scoooooby-Doooooo series out by Fayette is about as close as NWO has outside of our train & canal boat trips.
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Re: A lot of caches on trails?

Postby Raelin13 » Sun 2014-11-09, 13:15:56

what do you mean by train trips? Krixtar and i are still within our 1st year of geoaching and we have 129 caches found.

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Re: A lot of caches on trails?

Postby TeamMina » Sun 2014-11-09, 19:12:46

The Wabash Cannonball Trail is along old railroad tracks.
No trains since the early 1980s though.
Just cachers, hikers, and bikers. And deer.
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Re: A lot of caches on trails?

Postby Starkacher » Wed 2014-11-12, 16:28:23

I have not done any of them yet, but there are quite a few (22?) along Hwy 127 just north of Bryan. There are many more Hwy 127 caches between Bryan and Van Wert, but they are more spread out. Once you get to the southern Ohio section of Hwy 127 (about Greenville to Cincinnati) it gets concentrated again.
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