I don't know what other input you will get from others, and I am not
completely up to date on which permits are required for different areas.
However, in response to your last question, I found last weekend that you
can not rely on the geocache information to inform you on which permit you
would need. A large group I picked up in Scottsdale last week were on State
Trust Land, and it was not until I went online and checked out the maps
that I found out that the land was actually State Trust Land, which I had
assumed it was not since the descriptions did not say anything about it. If
you are caching in the area around North Phoenix/Scottsdale/Surprise, it
might be a safe bet to get the AZ Land Trust Permit.
On Fri, Mar 29, 2013 at 8:53 PM, AJ George <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> We recently returned to the Phoenix area after leaving in 2005. The only
> required permit I was aware of was for State Trust Land. However, I
> recently read a cache log or description and it referenced a Tonto Pass.
> What is that and where would I get one? I am assuming it is probably
> another required permit?
> I eventually plan on getting out to Bulldog Canyon and getting "Geocache".
> I know a permit is required for access there. I know it is a limited
> time-frame permit.
> So if I am going to geocache in AZ, what federal/local permits do I need?
> Do all geocache descriptions state whether a certain permit is required? Or
> is that a crapshoot?
> AJ George II aka G-Squad
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