Connect the Dots
In British Columbia, Canada
How Geocaching Works
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Proceed to the posted coordinates when it is dark out and bring a good light. Hold your light at your own eye level (or use a headlamp) and look around for a reflection in the trees somewhere. Follow the trail of these reflectors to the cache site. There is no need to ever leave a trail while following the reflectors. Please do not bushwack. At the cache site, you will find three reflectors on the same tree. The cache will be within 1 meter of those reflectors. Please be gentle with the ferns. Once you have found the cache, look around for the "watchers". They will show you which trail to take back to the start.
The reflectors are “firetacks”. They are “retro-reflective”. This means the best reflection is seen when the light source is held near your own eyes. A good narrow beam light works the best and the darker it is out, the easier they are to see.
Most times you should be able to see the next reflector by the time that you pass the last one. Sometimes, however, you may need to proceed a short ways past it to spot the next one. Be careful not to walk too far or to pass intersections. If you can’t see any more reflectors in front of you, backtrack and look around more carefully. If you encounter any really tough spots, please email us the coordinates of the difficult spot and we’ll review that area to make sure none of the reflectors have gone missing.
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Last Updated: on 1/19/2015 7:44:58 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (3:44 AM GMT)
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