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National Park Mystery Spot 20: The Business End of the Arrow

Modern target arrow (upper) and Medieval arrow reproduction (lower). Wikipedia photo.

Can you identify National Park Mystery Spot 20 using just these clues?

They traveled this way during the fray, praying the wolf packs would fail to find them.

Whether it be wide or narrow, it's still the business end of the arrow.

A visitor center, yes, but no bridge to a key will you see.

 Check back with Traveler tomorrow for the answer and an explanation of the clues.


The Trail of Tears?

Nope, not the Trail of Tears.

Is it Rocky Mountain NP's Arrowhead Lake Area?

Russel cave?

Sorry, Matt; it's not Russell Cave.

Going out on a limb with this. If the "wolf pack" is a group of WWII submarines...and no bridge to a key, could be golden gate... so it may be Fort Point at Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

Fort Point National Historic Site is a very good guess, Matt, since it integrates several of the clues in an ingenious way. The wolfpacks referred to in the clue are indeed groups of WWII-era German submarines, and you "got the point" too. But Fort Point is not the answer. Wrong side of the continent, in fact. Give this some more thought, Matt. I like the way you think.

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