Sunday while it was snowing here I was making my way south to meet a friend in the Northwoods. Yes I understand it doesn't make sense to travel south to the Northwoods, but we were meeting at the Audubon Center of the Northwoods near Sandstone.
The weather there was cool to start, but with periods of sun it was a pleasent day to be in the outdoors. We were there to hike the vast network of trails that wind through the property, and also to find the more than 40 geocaches along the trails. The trails are very well maintained and the entire area is very flat making for some easy hiking.
The red lines are the trails we hiked and the treasure chests are the geocaches located along the trail system. We failed to find 3 of the caches, and if you look close you can see those three closed chests on the map as well.
The Audubon Center of the Northwoods has been around since 1986 offering environmental learning opportunities to people of all ages. Check out their website for more information on all they offer or plan to stop by and check it out next time your traveling through. I can tell you the trails make for a great day of geocaching!