Ice Wall & Waterfalls
In New Brunswick, Canada
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In the winter water flowing from the hilltop freezes and creates an ice wall that people climb. During the spring runoff and after rainstorms the volume of water in the small brook increases creating 3 small waterfalls in a 50 m stretch of the brook.
The ice wall & waterfalls/cache are located near Dutch Valley, NB. This is one way to get there.
Make your way to Hwy1 and head towards Sussex. Once in Sussex follow the blue signs towards the Poley Mountain ski area. Well before the ski hill look for the Dutch Valley sign and the Millbrook road sign. Turn right onto the Millbrook road and stay on it for 2.3 kms, then turn left onto a dirt road. Follow this dirt road approx. 900 m to the cache area.
Cache is a Lock N Lock container. GPS WAAS accuracy was 3.0 m when the cache was stashed. Photos of the area that we’ve taken can be seen by visiting the gallery. Please add some of your own. We hope you enjoy your visit to the Ice Wall & Waterfalls. Good luck in finding the cache.
ORIGINAL CONTENTS OF THE CACHE:
• Logbook (with pen & pencil)
• Laminated FTF certificate
• Winnie the Pooh fridge magnet
• Magnetic photo sleeves
• Pocket magnifying glass
• Combination zipper lock
• Glass hearts
• LED key ring flashlight
• Automatic closet light
• “Chocolate” calculator
• Small magnetic photo frame
• Solar powered Canadian key chain
All of the above items are new and unused.
The dirt road to the cache is narrow, almost a single lane. There is a parking area at [N 45 40.665 W 65 27.115] not far from the cache.
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- The waterfall brook.Taken in early November.
Last Updated: on 6/7/2013 1:08:13 PM Pacific Daylight Time (8:08 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum