Stuck In Limbo LbNA # 61629
|Placed Date||Apr 29 2012|
|Location||Prospect Park, San Marcos, TX|
|Last Update||Jul 6 2014|
Terrain Difficulty: Easy (slight slope, 0.5 mile RT)
In the first part of Dante Alighieri's 14th-century epic poem Divine Comedy, Inferno is depicted as nine circles of suffering located within the Earth. The first circle is called Limbo and its residents include the unbaptized and virtuous pagans, who, though not sinful, did not accept Christ, and thus are punished by living in a deficient form of Heaven. You can find this box on the Limbo trail in Prospect Park, which is part of Lower Purgatory Creek Park, and hopefully you will not get stuck.
From I35 go west on Wonder World Drive to Hopkins Street. Go right to Bishop Street and turn left. At Prospect Street turn left and go 2.5 blocks & park near kiosk for Prospect Park on your right.
From kiosk go left at Y jct on Limbo Loop Trail, then right at next Y jct. Cross over another trail then an old road and continue past Metz Bench on the left to a trail jct. Go right 55 steps to a stone bench dedicated to Steve Harvey at an overlook on the left. Go right and up some rocks off trail 5 steps to small tree. Letterbox is at back base under rocks. Please replace as described.