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Cypher Trailhead of the H&BT Rail Trail - OU0AA0

 Find the geocache located at the Broad Top Township Trestle Bridge in PA.

Hidden by  RailsToTrailsOfBedfordCountyInc

N 40° 05.617' W 78° 17.822' (WGS84)

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 Location: United States > Pennsylvania
 Cache Type: Traditional
 Size: Micro
 Status: Ready for Search
 Date Hidden: 23 July 2017
 Date Created: 26 July 2017
 Last Modified: 02 September 2017
 Waypoint: OU0AA0


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Quick Cache Kid Friendly Available in Winter In the Woods Listed on OCNA Only Stealth Required 

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Visit each historical location associated with the Huntingdon & Broad Top Railroad. Please plan for approximately three hours to complete all 7 geocache locations but each location can be completed on their own. Although you are encouraged to visit the museums that some of the geocaches are located, they can be completed year round because the caches are outside and independent from the museums.

The cache is located at the Broad Top Township Trestle Bridge which is a few minute walk from the Cypher trailhead. Parking is at the trailhead and is easily accessible. The walk to the trestle is through a shale cut that was made for the railroad. Once you reach the trestle take the time to walk out on it and enjoy the view of the river. When searching for the cache beware of muggles. The H&BT Rail Trail reuses an abandoned railroad right-of-way and railroad bridge to provide public recreational access along the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River. The trail connects Hopewell Borough and Tatesville, intersecting with two public parks, Riddlesburg Park at the North and Cooper Park at the Trail Center. For more history and information on the trail visit

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