The Bow Valley Interchange, just a few km west of Highway 40 into Kananaskis, provides access to the Rocky Mountain YMCA Yamnuska Centre, Camp Chief Hector, the site of the 1981, 1993 Canadian Scout Jamborees and the 1983 World Scout Jamboree, Willow Rock Campground, Bow Valley Provincial Park and of course to Highway 1A via Highway 1X (Exshaw, Grotto Canyoun, Yamnuska and more).
This cache is hidden just off a small parking area southeast of the TransCanada and can be accessed while traveling eastbound or westbound on the TransCanada Highway.
View of Yamnuska from parking area
This is another drive-up cache that should provide a couple of minutes of diversion. You are searching for small, round lock 'n' lock. Please rehide carefully to preserve the challenge of the hunt for the next cacher.
This cache is one of three caches we’ve hidden along the TransCanada Highway between Calgary and Canmore. This stretch of road is well travelled by the GeoKs during the summer and fall as we hit the hiking trails. The cache containers will be getting larger as you head west / smaller as you head east. You can decide what order you would like to find them as they are all accessable eastbound or westbound.
NOTE: All cache hides were constructed using materials salvaged elsewhere. There is no need to cross/climb any fencing to retrieve the caches.
UPDATE (Sep. 22, 2008): Due to consistently positive feedback, we have added two more caches to the series Ridge Road GC1GG5D and Triple S Red Angus GC1GG60.