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Fairly easy terrain. The trail to get to the cache sometimes gets really close to the creek, so if you're using the trails be careful after heavy rains.
Also, the area right by the cache can get pretty overgrown in the summer months.
This is a nice section of the creek where i often go down on my bike. A lot of dog walkers also use it. The trail is not paved, but man made dirt path. It can be a bit muddy at times after rain.
Many times i have seen deer hanging out around this area, so that should be a treat to see if you can spot them.
The cache itself is a large tupperware container that i have camo'd up. It contains a logbook, pen or pencil and a few goodies for trading items.
Parking can be found just off of Mary Street and Guest Street. There is what used to be Centennial Rec Centre, I believe it is now Royal Legion branch. There is lots of parking, and an easier access to the cache from there where you don't have to follow the trail as much.
Also, if you can please perform some CITO when visiting the cache area that would be awesome! Its a beautiful area, but doesn't get much help with the cleaning it seems. Thank you!
Sometimes the GPS signal will bounce around in this area. If its not giving you a good reading, there is a way of knowing you're in the right area. Directly across on the other side of the creek from the location of the cache is a storm drain thing from when it rains for water to pour into the creek. Can't miss it.
Congrats to Captain No Beard and the Pi Rats for the FTF :)
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