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Hidden : 8/28/2008
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is located next to the Orange Corners trestle, which is part of the Peterborough to Omemee section of the Rotary Greenway trail. The trestle is one of the highlights of this section of the trail. While you can reach it by walking in from the road (park 1 Km. east of coordinates), it is best as part of a longer cycling ride.

This is our first hide, so we fussed somewhat over a good location. The trail is long and straight on both sides of the trestle, so you won't be surprised by any Muggles (unless you're not paying attention). The cache is a standard camouflaged lock-top container. Given its "first hide" status, we spent the extra money on the premium dollar store items.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Abegu fvqr obhyqre

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



  • Orange Corners Trestle SignEntrance to trail (roadside parking), on Orange Corners Rd, 1 kilometre east of trestle.
  • TrestleFrom west end, looking east.
  • View from TrestleLooking down over the south side, this creek has a distinctly northern flavour to it. You'd almost expect to see a moose down there.

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